27th May 2015


The Executive Mayor Cllr. Mxolisi Koyo of Chris Hani District Municipality will be delivering his 4th State of the District Address (SODA). This event will be held on 27 May 2015 at the Sandringham sports ground. The address will give highlights on service delivery, outline future development plans and as well as the Integrated Development Plan & Budget for 2015/16 financial year. The event will be divided into two phases where the formal Council meeting will sit and discuss mainly the IDP and Budget, and then interactions with the community will follow where members of the public and the media will comment on municipal and government issues at large.

7th May 2015

“Draft tarrifs for 2015 – 16 available”
You can find it on Documents under Municipal Documents

Amatola Water Learnership Programme

Chris Hani District Municipality, Amatola Water Board, in conjunction with the Development Bank of South Africa invites applications for the Water and Wasterwater Treatment Process Certificate Learnership Programme.  click here for more info

Chris Hani District Municipality Water Quality Management for Tsolwana Local municipality Lab results 

Chris Hani District Municipality (Water Service Provide) wishes to inform its consumers that it provides water that is safe for human consumption which complies with National Drinking Water Standards as per SANS 241 and the Department of Water Affairs and Sanitation. click here for more info


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To co-ordinate governance for quality service and better communities through co-operative governance, socio-economic development, integrated development planning, and sustainable utilization of resources.


A people-centred developmental rural district municipality.


Commitment, Honesty, Humanity, Accountability, Respect, Nurturing, Integrity, Innovative and Sincerity.

Chris Hani, Sustaining Growth Through Our People.

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CHDM council resolved not to revise water tariffs for 2015/2016 Financial year. The rates are still the same as those of 2014/2015 financial year