Sign In
Welcome to City of Tshwane

012 358 9999 customercare@tshwane.gov.za

Notices 2011
Expand All
Collapse All
  • Approved Annual Report 2009-2010

    01 February 2011

    The Annual Report for 2001-2010 was approved by Council on 27 January 2011.

    Annual Report 2009_10.pdf

  • Invitation to serve on the Audit and Performance Committee of the Cot and its Municipal Entities

    09 February 2011

    ​The City of Tshwane calls on all interested persons to serve as Audit and Performance Committee members.

    Audit Committee.pdfAudit Committee.pdf

  • Request for Nominations for Appointment of Directors of Sandspruit Works Association (SWA)

    28 February 2011

    The City of Tshwane (CoT) wishes to appoint suitable persons to serve on the Board of Directors of the Sandspruit Works Association (SWA). SWA is a municipal entity of the CoT in terms of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act 32 of 2000 as amended). The appointment of the directors will coincide with the political term of Council, subject to annual review.

    The purpose of SWA is to provide, improve and assist the CoT with the rendering of the Water Services, including:

    • Sanitation Services;
    • Sludge Dewatering Services;
    • Revenue Management Services to Consumers;
    • Extending the existing Water Services in the Northern Tshwane;
    • To develop, prepare, install and maintain water and sanitation services and related services to the benefit of the community.
    • Provide Potable Water to Consumers for Commercial Use;
    • Dispose of Potable Water used for Industrial Use.
     

    The duties of the directors will be to guide and manage SWA in terms of the obligations stipulated in the relevant legislation, agreements with the CoT, King III Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa, 2009 as well as the relevant CoT policy documents. The Directors must be able to lead, control and monitor the business of SWA which includes matters of governance, legal, financial and managerial issues. The duties, responsibilities and remuneration of directors are addressed in three policy documents of the CoT i.e. The Corporate Governance Principles of Municipal Entities dated 27 September 2007 read together with the CoT’s Board Charter for Municipal Entities dated 24 January 2008 and the policy determining the Process to Appoint Directors for Municipal Entities dated 27 March 2008.

    Directors will be appointed based on their knowledge or professional experience in any one or more of the fields of engineering, finance, law, accounting, economics or business economics, management, property development as well as community and social development. It will also be required of all candidates to be acquainted with the principles as contained in the King III Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa, 2009.

    The CoT’s policy is to provide equal opportunities to all qualified persons irrespective of race, religious belief, age, nationality, marital status, physical disability, HIV status, gender, social origin, culture, political opinion or conscience and sexual orientation.

    Only candidates who comply with Sections 93E (1) and 93F of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000 will be considered. Cognisance should also be taken of the requirements as stipulated in the CoT’s Corporate Governance Framework for Municipal Entities, the Code of Conduct for Directors of Municipal Entities approved by the Council on 27 September 2007, the CoT’s Board Charter for Municipal Entities as approved by the Council on 24 January 2008 and the Process to Appoint Directors for Municipal Entities approved by the Council on 27 March 2008, will be considered.

    Persons with the requisite range of expertise to effectively manage and guide the activities of SWA are eligible for nomination by submitting the candidates’ curriculum vitae to the Executive Head: Governance Executive Support, Attention: Ms. Lebogang Mahaye, Munitoria Building, Room 222, 2nd Floor, Cnr. Vermeulen- & Van Der Walt Streets, Pretoria, or per facsimile to (012) 358 8011. Enquiries can be directed to Ms. Lebogang Mahaye at (012) 358 8018/8004.

    Please attach certified copies of all relevant qualifications and documents to the nominations. If the required documentation is not attached, the nomination may be disregarded. No late nominations will be accepted.

    Please note that individuals that applied during May 2009 need not apply again as their applications will be considered under this process.

    Policies relating to Municipal Entities can be found here.
  • Draft IDP for comments

    17 March 2011

    The City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality in partnership with Metsweding District Municipality, Kungwini Local Municipality and Nokeng Tsa Taemane Local Municipality invites the public and stakeholders to comment on the draft Tshwane Integrated Development Plan (IDP)(2011 – 2016) for 2011/2012 in compliance with the provision of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act 32 of 2000).

    Comments on the draft IDP can be e-mailed to belindavdm@tshwane.gov.za, or faxed to 086 2100 621 or handed in at the IDP Office, Room 1002 (10th floor) Munitoria Building, corner of Vermeulen and Prinsloo Street, INNER CITY. Comments must be in writing and submitted not later than 10 April 2011.

    Draft consolidated IDP 2011_2.pdfDraft consolidated IDP 2011_2.pdf

  • Draft Green Building By-law for Public Comments

    29 March 2011

     

    Notice on the draft By-laws for green building development within the wide jurisdictional region of the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality

    The City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality (herein after referred to as the “City of Tshwane”), hereby gives notice, in terms of Section 12 of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act 32 of 2000), as amended, read together with section 7 of the Gauteng Rationalisation of Local Government Affairs Act, 1998 (Act 10 of 1998), and 162 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 of its intention to make By-laws with regard to the following matters:

    Legislative measures to ensure the reduction of natural resource consumption and environmental impacts related to Tshwane’s built environment, hence reducing the environmental footprint of the City, which will be applicable to all developments in the region requiring Council approval as defined in the National Building Regulations.

    The By-law together with its supporting Schedule will be known as the “City of Tshwane Green Building Development By-law” and will be supplementary to the National Building Regulations, the Town Planning Scheme and other existing Legislation within the region, and is not designed to supersede or amend these in any way.  

    The abovementioned draft By-law can be obtained from the following persons:
    Mr Victor Seroka
    Tel: 012 358 4485 or Cell: 082 532 5168,
    Or
    Ms Ilse Kotze
    Tel: 012 358 8665 or  Cell: 082 377 8159
     
    Emails may be forwarded to: victorse@tshwane.gov.za or ilsek@tshwane.gov.za
     
    Persons requiring assistance or those who cannot read or write, may contact the abovementioned persons from Mondays to Fridays between 08:00 and 16:00 telephonically, via email, or at the following address:
     
    Office of the Speaker
    HB Phillips Building
    Room 712
    7th Floor
    cnr Bosman and Schoeman Street
     
    Interested parties can submit their comments and/or inputs on the draft By-law to the address and/or emails mentioned above.
    Comments may also be hand delivered to:  
    The Executive Director: Legal Services Division
    City of Tshwane
    20th Floor
    Saambou Building
    Andries Street 227
    PRETORIA
    Tel: 012 358 7434 or 012 358 1098
    For the attention of: Mr P.C. Robinson
     
    OR
    Department of Environmental Management
    Office of Me Ilse Kotze
    11 Schoeman Street 
    3rd Floor
    Pretoria  
     
    OR
     
    Post it to:     
    The Executive Director: Legal Services Division
    PO Box 440
    PRETORIA
    0001
     
    Kindly take note that the closing date for comments is 30 April 2011.
     
    Please click here to access the draft by-law.
  • Public Consultation Meetings on the Draft 2011/12 MTREF and the Draft Property Rates Policy.

    04 April 2011

    ​Notice is hereby given of public consultation meetings on the draft 2011/12 Medium-Term Revenue and Expenditure Framework (MTREF), as well as the draft Property Rates Policy in terms of Section 16, read with Section 17, of the Local Government Systems Act, 2000 (Act 32 of 2000), in accordance with the Integrated Planning, Budgeting and Reporting Process Plan approved by the Council on 27 May 2010 and amended on 24 February 2011.

    Click here to open the Draft MTREF. 

    Click here to open the Draft Property Rates Policy.

     

    BudgetConsultationMeetings2011.pdfBudgetConsultationMeetings2011.pdf

  • Applications: Members of the Tshwane Planning Commission

    18 April 2011

    The City of Tshwane is awaiting applications for appointment as members of the Tshwane Planning Commission. This commission is to consist of experts who will advise the Executive Mayor on long-term planning to enable the development and implementation of the City of Tshwane's long-term plan. The members of the commission may be required to do in-depth research and consult stakeholders and communities, and to prepare reports and papers based on the aforegoing.

    The members will preferably be residents of or owners of property in Tshwane as stipulated in Notice 1866 of 2010 in the Provincial Gazette Extraordinary of 30 June 2010.

    Please note that the deadline for submission of applications for the Planning Commission has been extended to 14 June 2011.

    PlanningCommission2011.pdfPlanningCommission2011.pdf

    Planning Commission FAQ's.pdfPlanning Commission FAQ's.pdf

  • Tshwane Integrated Development Plan (IDP) 2011 – 2016

    04 May 2011


    The Tshwane IDP was approved by Council on 28 April 2011.

    IDP 2011-2016.pdf

  • Tshwane Integrated Development Plan (IDP) 2011 - 2016

    01 June 2011

     

    Errata notice:  Page 211 in chapter 6 of the IDP - indicator number 1(c)ii   Nr of informal settlements formalized outside of the definition of formalisation as per the land tenure rights act?  The 5 year target is 99 468 in the IDP.  The five year target should be 0 (zero) as the CoT is starting with 99 468 households in 59 informal settlements.

    This notice refers to the notice of 4 May 2011.

  • Tshwane Street Guide 2011

    03 June 2011

     

    Street Guide hardcopies (2011) are now available at the following Walk-In Centres:
    •  Munitoria Building
      Room G07
      320 Vermeulen Street
      Pretoria
    • Centurion Municipal Office
      C/o Basden and Rabie Street
      Room I35
    • Kudu Building
      C/o Marija and Pafuri Street
      Room 43
      Sinoville
    • Akasia Municipal Complex
      City Planning Building
      Ground Floor, Room G4
      6649 Dale Street
      Karenpark
    • Soshanguve Municipal building
      Geomatics Office
      Stand 2275
      Soshanguve F
    • For more information contact the Call Centre
      012 358 7988/7987
    Cost: R60 per Street Guide cash or credit card

    No arrangements are available for either electronic payments and/or shipments of street guides.
  • SALGA Gauteng Provincial Conference

    03 June 2011

    ​The SALGA (South African Local Government Association) Provincial Conference will be taking place on 28-29 July in the City of Tshwane.

    salga.pdfsalga.pdf

  • Tshwane Update

    07 June 2011

    ​The City of Tshwane is proud to introduce its new biweekly Tshwane Update. This newspaper seeks to inform you about developments in the City of Tshwane. It also reports on other developments that occur in Tshwane, such as the arts, entertainment and sports. We hope you enjoy reading the paper. Write to us at media@tshwane.gov.za to give us feedback.

    Tshwane Update edition 1 3-14 June.pdfTshwane Update edition 1 3-14 June.pdf

  • SDBIP 2011-12 Approved

    08 June 2011

    ​The SDBIP for 2011-12 was approved by Mayoral Committee on 07 June 2011.

    SDBIP 2011-12

  • Warning against Fraudsters

    25 July 2011

     

    ​All suppliers are hereby forewarned that fraudsters create their own requests for quotations, then print their own requests for quotations and then print their own “copy and paste” purchase orders.

    All suppliers are herby forewarned that fraudsters create their own requests for quotations, then print their own requests for quotations and then print their own “copy and paste” purchase orders.

    The Municipality’s supply chain process is as follows:

    1. Below R30,000.00 – An official buyer of the Municipality can phone and request a quote.  The buyer will phone from a PABX and the number will start with 012 358

    2. Above R30,000.00 but below R200,000.00:  Any request for a quotation above R30,000.00 must be placed on the official Notice Board and published on the official website: www.tshwane.gov.za/business/pages/quotations.aspx

     

    3. Above R200,000.00 Any request above R200,000.00 must be placed on the official notice board, advertised in the local press and published on the official website: www.tshwane.gov.za/business/pages/tenders/aspx

    A copy of an official order can be obtained from the buying office at C de Wet West Building, 175 DF Malan Drive Pretoria West.

    The orders will mention the unique vendor number allocated to you. If the vendor number is not correct you may obtain official confirmation of your orders by phoning the buyers mentioned on the right on the official order.

    No work must be done without an official purchase order.

     

     

    Warning against Fraudsters.pdfWarning against Fraudsters.pdf

  • Auction 3 August 2011

    28 July 2011

    ​Take note that an auction has been scheduled to take place on 3 August 2011 at 10:00 at the Auction Yard, 31 Von Wieligh Street, Pretoria West.

    Auction 3 August 2011.pdfAuction 3 August 2011.pdf

Contact Us | Terms & Conditions | RSS

Copyright ©2015 City of Tshwane | All Rights Reserved