The Cliff Path Management Group, in partnership with Overstrand Municipality, is busy replacing 20 old and faded sign boards along the Hermanus Cliff Path. 

The Cliff Path is one of the most unique attractions of Hermanus and stretches from the New Harbour along the coastline to Grotto beach.

Pictured here are Ashrick Marhinus (Coastal Monitor), Micheal Henn (Field ranger: Environmental Management Services) and Anina Lee (chairperson of CPMG).

In front is budding environmentalist Anathi Feni and Ward 3 councillor Kari Brice.

The countdown to Christmas got under way in Kleinmond with the annual switch-on of the town's Lights on Main Festival on Friday evening, 13 December 2019.

Residents and holidaymakers enjoyed the entertainment provided by Stefné van Dyk's Handevat Marimbas, the Deputy Junior Mayor Herschell Burns, the Coca Cola truck and others.

Santa and his young helper, elf Josh, arrived in a red fire engine, bringing festive joy to young and old. During the event, Father Christmas posed for photos with children and presented gifts.


10 - 24 December from 09:00 - 18:00Kleinmond Christmas Market, Kleinmond Laerskool, Kleinmond
14 - 24 December from  09:00 - 18:00 Disakloof Gift Market, Disakloof Campsite    Betty's Bay

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Protecting your Property - reducing fire risk in gardens

Fire Season is here and Overstrand Municipality calls upon property owners to clear vacant land of young ‘alien trees’ and other vegetation that pose a safety and fire hazard to neighbouring properties and the general surroundings.

In light of the safety requirements set out in Section 34 of the Community Fire Safety By-Law, it is imperative for all property owners to take cognisance of their responsibility to prevent an accumulation of combustible material, including vegetative matter, on their premises.

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Overstrand Executive Mayor Dudley Coetzee warmly welcomed the young men and women from the Saldanha Military Academy early this morning at the New Harbour in Hermanus.

The 200 Trans Enduro participants travel annually from Port Elizabeth to Saldanha over a period of 11 days, staying overnight in pre-determined towns along the way to raise funds for charity.

They also do upliftment projects at crèches, schools and homes for the elderly in the towns they visit, while another team goes into the various communities to raise funds and create awareness about the Military Academy.

In his speech the Mayor wished the students all the best for the gruelling challenge that lies ahead.

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You are welcome to pay a visit to our offices in Gansbaai, Stanford, Hermanus or Kleinmond if you have a municipal matter to sort out.

Remember that municipal accounts can be paid via the Pay@ and Easy Pay systems, at several retail outlets, SA Post Office and EFT.

Closing of offices during holidays

Kindly note the Municipal offices, including libraries, will be closed from 13:00 on

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Hermanus 028 313 8000
Kleinmond 028 271 8400
Gansbaai 028 384 8300
Stanford 028 341 8500