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Last Wednesday the Labour Appeal Court (‘LAC’) heard argument in the Ngoqo case. The question before it whether the Council acted lawfully when, in 2019, it appointed Mr
Ratepayers have warmly welcomed our determination to hold the Municipality to account when it breaks the law. In responding to our last circular, one of our
In the upcoming week, two matters of concern to Plett residents will be heard in the superior courts in Cape Town. On Wednesday 16 September, the
Original Featured Article Link: Times Live The council is being taken to court over a R1.3m plan to lease cars for the mayor and his deputy
MAYOR’S VEHICLE: RATEPAYERS’ ASSOCIATION THREATEN COURT ACTION Correspondent Yolandé Stander | Friday, 21 August 2020, 07:59  Bitou Mayor Peter Lobese. Photo: Yolande Stander Update PLETTENBERG BAY NEWS –
The Plettenberg Bay Ratepayers’ Association launched proceedings on Tuesday, 18 August for an interdict against Bitou Municipality, Mayor Lobese and Deputy Mayor Gcabayi. The object is

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We are an organization of volunteers onsisting of committed members and advisors.

Our Mission

The PBRRA mission is to ensure service delivery for all, and effective use of the funds to ensure necessary maintenance and expansion of city infrastructure

Established For One Reason

The PBRRA was established to represent the Residents and Ratepayers of Plett to ensure good governance from the Municipality irrespective of political alliance.

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