Tez Ferguson

February 16, 2021

Court judgment on dismissal of Municipal Manager Lonwabo Ngoqo

To view the papers from the Labour Appeal Court’s judgment on the dismissal of Bitou Municipal Manager Lonwabo Ngoqo please use the link below for further
February 16, 2021

Lonwabo Ngoqo’s appointment AGAIN found unlawful

The Plettenberg Bay Ratepayers’ Association is pleased to announce that the Labour Appeal Court has upheld the earlier Labour Court’s decision that Bitou Municipality’s appointment of
February 5, 2021

Expenditure On Beach Fencing

The Plett Ratepayers have received several enquiries regarding beach fencing. The wasteful expenditure on fences isn’t only on the beaches…the municipality has been erecting millions of
January 15, 2021

Plett Ratepayers’ Association response to DA press release

In response to the DA’s letter in the 13 January edition of CXpress, the Executive Committee of the Plett Ratepayers’ Association is concerned and saddened by the
January 7, 2021

Budgeting for Tough Times

Dear Bitou Councillors,   BUDGETING FOR TOUGH TIMES – 2021/22   The approval of the municipal budget is one of the most important tasks undertaken by
January 2, 2021

Airport Report – Mike Pearce

The year started with several issues outstanding from 2019.  The Airport forum, consisting of the Council and interested stakeholders, has still not got off the ground. 
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