NMBM requests residents to assist to manage the impact of loadsheddingPublished: January 14, 2021The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality wants to alert electricity users to the fact that when their electricity supply is restored after loadshedding, high-consumption appliances normally draw a lot of current, causing a high demand on the electricity n...
Statement by the Executive Mayor: Caring CityPublished: January 12, 2021Today I joined health-care workers from the Right to Care at the Cleary Park Mobile Testing clinic stop - to thank them for the incredible work they have been doing in our Metro.
NMBM Mayor calls for caution as Covid-19 show a declinePublished: January 12, 2021Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Executive Mayor, Cllr Nqaba Bhanga has called on all residents to be cautiously optimistic as the COVID-19 positive cases continue to fluctuate indicating a decline in the reported positive cases.
Re-opening of libraries after the Christmas closurePublished: January 11, 2021The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality wishes to inform residents that its Library Service will re-open on Monday, 11 January 2021 and will continue receiving library materials. Libraries will receive materials from 09h00 until 15h30 on Monday to Thursd...
08H00-10H30: Groups 12,17 10H00-12H30: Groups 13,18; 12H00-14H30: Groups 14,19; 14H00-16H30: Groups 15,1; 16H00-18H30: Groups 16, 2 18H00-20H30: Groups 17, 3; 20H00-22H30: Group 18, 4; 22H00-23H30: Group 19, 5
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Published: 21 Oct 2020 CURRENT
SUSPENSION OF E-NEWSPAPER AND E-MAGAZINE SERVICES
Library services regret to inform its NMBM community that its e-newspaper and
e-magazine service is suspended with immediate effect until further notice due to
technical and administrative challenges. The Library service is doing its
best to restore normal services. We are hoping to have resolved our challenges
within a month.
our users may still access the e-book and audiobook service (Overdrive) by
going through the municipal website or via downloading the Libby app.
for e-books and audiobooks send an email firstname.lastname@example.org
sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Director – NMBM Libraries
Published: 16 Jan 2021, Resolved: 17 Jan 2021RESOLVED
WATER DISRUPTION: WALMER PARK & SURROUNDS
16 January 2021
The Municipality would like to inform residents that a second burst occurred this morning at Victoria Park School area, on Airport 525mm diameter water main. The following areas are affected:
3. South End
4. Forest Hill
5. Humewood and parts of Summerstrand, mainly below 2nd Avenue.
Repairs are currently still ongoing. The team has been on site since last night.
In the interim, water tankers remain stationed at the following locations:
1) 6th Avenue Mall, Walmer
2) 1st Avenue Spar, Walmer
3)Caltex garage, Forest Hill
4) Spar Humerail
5) Caltex garage next to Boardwalk.
The inconvenience caused is regretted.
Published: 09 Jan 2021, Resolved: 11 Jan 2021RESOLVED
libraries after the Christmas Closure
The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Library Service will re-open
on the 11 Jan and continue receiving of library materials. Libraries will
receive library materials from 09h00 until 15h30 on Monday to Thursday and
09h00 – 13h30 on Fridays
Walmer Library will
receive library materials on alternate days every week, i.e. Monday, Wednesday
and Friday. Monday and Wednesday both
libraries will open for receipt of library materials from 09h00 until 15h30;
and 09h00 – 13h30 on Fridays.
North End and Algoa
Park Library will receive library materials daily from 8h30 – 12h30
Library materials will be accepted at the entrance of each
library for quarantining. Library
patrons will not be allowed inside the library.
Patrons will be offered a “call and collect” service for library
materials they wish to borrow.
All public are advised that masks must be worn at all times
and they will be required to have their temperatures taken and complete a
contact tracing register.
All libraries will be open for this service with the
exception of Allanridge, Chatty, Kwamagxaki, and Motherwell Libraries due to
All patrons are encouraged to use the NMBM online platform,
Libby, or through the Overdrive website @ http://nmbm.lib.overdrive.com
to borrow library materials
Published: 28 Dec 2020, Resolved: 09 Jan 2021RESOLVED