Notice Board:


2017/18 IDP BUDGET REVIEW - Public participation programme
 
Parks and Cemetery Tree Maintanance Unit has made arrangements for any falling tree emergency that might occur, as a result of the upcoming floods. 
We hereby warn the public to be vigilent when driving in certain roads especially in the Walmer area, Cape Road and Kragga Kamma Road where we have Brittle Blue Gum and old Pine Trees. For emergencies please call: Miss B. Ngcukana or Mr T. Mutukwa at 0794900614 / 082 312 2028 respectively.

 

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Nelson Mandela Bay investment strategy
NELSON Mandela Bay will have an investment incentives and retention strategy in place by the end of February, the municipality’s economic development, tourism and agriculture committee was told.
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Lights, camera action for film industry in Bay
The Nelson Mandela Bay municipality is facilitating the establishment of a regional industry support body for the film industry, the council’s economic development, tourism and agriculture committee has been told.
312 KB 12 Dec 2008
Port Elizabeth plans to build R800m international convention centre
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality mayor Nondumiso Maphazi last week said this was a priority project because of its synergies with other developments as well as its inherent tourism potential.
144 KB 12 Dec 2008
Economic profile for Nelson Mandela Bay
Socio-economic data for Nelson Mandela Bay - March 2008
454 KB 12 Dec 2008
Nelson Mandela Bay human resource development strategy
The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has adopted an integrated approach to harness the citizens’ skills capabilities that are critical for the sustainable economic development of the area. The 3-tiered human resource development strategy focuses on developing a labour information management system, establishing a skills development forum, and targeting key human capital areas.
806 KB 12 Dec 2008 17 Nov 2015
Nelson Mandela Bay Competitiveness Study
The study provides a contextual perspective, “competitiveness” relating to the ability of Nelson Mandela Bay to create an environment attractive to local and international investors. The “environment” in this context relates to Nelson Mandela Bay within the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.
673 KB 12 Dec 2008