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Chris Hani DM distances itself from an unknown message circulating around, which is warning people of an impending closure of water supply, allegedly due to shortage of chemicals.
The municipality dismisses the rumour with the malice it deserves as its contents are misleading and causing unnecessary panic to the community.
The district municipality always issues out official notices whenever our water service is interrupted.
We plead with community to be vigilant against misinformation and fake news.
For any water and sanitation related enquiries, do not hesitate to call our Customer Call Centre 0800100100
Customes are notified that there is an unplanned water interruption in the Machubeni Water Treatment Works due to power outage. Our reservoirs are dry and that resulted to some parts of Mkhaphusi, Machubeni villages including Cacadu Town be without water.
Our teams are busy handling the matter in order to restore the supply in the affected areas
We apologize for the inconvenience for information please contact 0800100100
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Chris Hani District Municipality
Long Live the spirit of Vuyisile Mini Long Live…
Local, Provincial and National government leaders gathered at Mhlahlana to honour the Reburial of the remains of the galant fighter, Vuyisile Mini.
Minister for Justice and Correctional Services, Ronald Lamola, Minister for Defence and Military Veterans Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, Premier of the Eastern Cape Lubabalo Oscar Mabuyane, CHDM Exevutive Mayor Cllr Wongama Gela, Intsika Yethu Mayor Cllr Bongani Mpengesi leading their respective delegations have landed in Mhlahlana Village to honour this Reburial Ceremony.
This ceremony coincides with the 56th anniversary of Mr Mini’s execution. The President of South Africa declared the reburial of the remains of Mr Mini a Special Provincial Official Funeral Category 1. Mr Mini is a Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC)-identified victim who was hanged on death row on 06 November 1964.
Closing a “Breast Cancer Awareness Month”, October, CHDM Deputy Executive Mayor, Cllr Noncedo September-Caba, MM Mr Gcobani Mashiyi led a Cancer Walk around Berry Dam, Komani, in support of a nationwide drive to raise awareness about Breast Cancer through the Wellness Unit.
The programme was conducted in partnership with the Department of Health and Enoch Mgijima LM.
Services rendered on site from stakeholders include:
*DoH – conducted Health Risk Assessments
*Wellness & Occupational Health and Safety – Covid-19 Screening
*Care Cure Hospital