• Always use your car licence number as reference number e.g CEM XXXX. (Do not use ‘ouma se karretjie’ or ‘kerneels’ as reference)
  • Please, do not pay a random amount into the bank account. An incorrect amount will need to be investigated and will cause further delays.
  • Contact 028 313 8136/8031 (Hermanus), 028 384 8300/8339 (Gansbaai) or 028 271 8400/8452 (Kleinmond) to ascertain the correct amount due before making an EFT payment or phone the Overstrand switchboard for traffic services on 028 313 1044.
  • Remember to take your proof of payment with you, when collecting the disk

When somebody else collects the disk on behalf of the vehicle owner:

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The Department of Employment & Labour wishes to advise that the UIF Outreach venue has changed to the Overstrand Thusong Centre in Hawston.

The UIF visit is scheduled to take place on 12 - 13 May 2021 form 08:30 - 14:00.

Services provided include the following:

  • UIF applications and enquiries
  • Complaints

The handing over ceremony of a Pink Rescue Buoy for Castle Beach was a fitting way to celebrate Earth Day on 22 April 2021.

The event, held at Pearly Beach near Gansbaai, saw Pearly Beach Conservancy chairperson, Susanne Fuchs, unveil an emergency flotation device mounted on a pole next to the boardwalk that will hopefully remind people to take care when entering the water. The Pearly Beach Conservancy donated the pink buoy to the community.

The rescue buoys are bright pink so that they can be easily spotted on the water by responding rescuers. The pink colour is also unique to NSRI.

Susanne Fuchs thanked Tom Brooks-Simon and the crew of the NSRI Hermanus Station 17 in their absence, for planting the Pink Rescue Buoy.

Graphics on the pole advise that the buoy should be thrown to someone in distress, that an untrained rescuer should not get into the water to try and rescue someone and provides two telephone numbers to dial for help.

Fuchs said the Pink Torpedo Buoys have proved to be effective flotation devices for people in difficulty in the water, until professional help arrives.

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Help your mother, father, grandfather, grandmother or friend 60 years and above to register!

The registration of the Electronic Vaccination Data System (EVDS) can be done through a smartphone or computer. To register connect to internet and go to vaccine.enroll.health.gov.za.

Should you encounter problems during the registration process, you may contact the COVID-19 Hotline at  0800 029 999.
COVID-19 vaccine will be administered for free at point of service.

Step by step instructions here: sacoronavirus.co.za/evds/

 



 

The Walker Bay Fishing Trail only provides 4×4 access to popular angling and picnic spots along Die Plaat.

Kindly note that Die Plaat is not suited to normal cars. The route is only accessible to 4x4 vehicles.

It is also important to note that cellphone reception and coverage is poor. Even if there is coverage, there’s nobody to call unless you’ve made a prior arrangement.

 

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

enquiries@overstrand.gov.za