WATER CRISIS FRIDAY AWARENESS DRIVE

Police Officers beaten to death by Ikpeshi youngster mob

The police force of Edo State has received the reports of a mob attack claiming the lives two on-duty police officers.

Asari Toru: NUAS executive elections conclude, new leadership in

The National Union of Asalga Students (NUAS) conducted the elections to select a new administration on saturday.

President Masisi hails Lesego Chombo for taking Botswana to Miss World

President of Botswana Mokgweetsi Masisi extended his best wishes and congratulations to Lesego Chombo for her performance at Top Model Africa.

Mnambithi CMC hosts excellence awards after Matric Results

The Mnambithi CMC has hosted an awards ceremony to celebrate the remarkable results for the matriculation class.

On Friday, 10th June, the Deputy Executive Mayor, Cllr Buyelwa Mafaya, led a delegation of officials during a Water Crisis Friday awareness drive, visiting the red zone located stretch of Nelson Mandela Bay hotels.

The purpose of the visit to these popular establishments is to encourage hotels and the hospitality sector to join civil society and all citizens in amplifying the message to save water and push back day zero.

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In addition, Cllr Mafaya launched the first of its kind Water Saver WhatsApp line, an innovation introduced by the Mandela Bay Development Agency.

The 064 744 7721 WhatsApp number is zero-rated and automated by the purpose-built robot “Bot”.


 


The Water Savers Bot interacts with the user, answering pertinent questions and serving relevant information such as water-saving tips, water collection points, lists of red zone areas, a water-use guide and geotagging water leaks reporting widget.

The Metro also appeals to all Broadcasters within the Nelson Mandela Bay area to play their part and consider incorporating daily dam water capacity and the self-help number (send water to 064 744 7721) as part of the news bulletin, keeping residents informed and up to date.

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The NMBM JOC Drought Mitigation Committee urges all water users to continuously check the water meters to observe consumption, where possible, to recycle water, and to report water leaks by calling 0800 20 5050 or emailing waterleaks@mandelametro.gov.za or to get all important information, simply WhatsApp water to 064 744 7721.

Police Officers beaten to death by Ikpeshi youngster mob

The police force of Edo State has received the reports of a mob attack claiming the lives two on-duty police officers.

Asari Toru: NUAS executive elections conclude, new leadership in

The National Union of Asalga Students (NUAS) conducted the elections to select a new administration on saturday.

President Masisi hails Lesego Chombo for taking Botswana to Miss World

President of Botswana Mokgweetsi Masisi extended his best wishes and congratulations to Lesego Chombo for her performance at Top Model Africa.

Mnambithi CMC hosts excellence awards after Matric Results

The Mnambithi CMC has hosted an awards ceremony to celebrate the remarkable results for the matriculation class.

Chief Cooma concerned for increased drug abuse in chiefdom

Chief Cooma of the Tonga People of Choma District has come forward to express his concern on the high levels of drug abuse in the chiefdom.

Malawi Red Cross society to heighten disaster relief

Malawi Red Cross Society has started working on upgrading their disaster response for the rainy season and donated essential items to people.