Clean and Safe City operations in the city.

The Rustenburg Local Municipality has so far recorded significant successes since the inception of the Safe and Clean City Campaign.
The municipality in partnership with the Hawks (Investigative Unit of the South African Police Service) had on Monday embarked on a special operation focused on uprooting crime in the city involving scrap yards operating illegally and suspected of dealing in stolen copper cables and materials allegedly stolen from Eskom infrastructure.
The operation uncovered other illegal activities and practises inconsistent with the law, illegal trading in different business fields, including stores selling expired goods and food products.
The municipality encourages the community to participate in the campaign by reporting criminal activities with the South African Police Service.
For further enquiries kindly contact Mr David Magae on 014 590 3509 or 060 991 3666.

Repairs to Water Infrastructure

Residents and Business are kindly notified of an installation of a valve at 571 Midas Warehouse. As a result, certain areas will experience low water output or no supply of water.
Areas to be affected are:
Midas Complex
Mabe Business Park
Bali Village and surrounding areas
The water interruption is expected to last between 4 and 5 hours.

Emergency Water Restrictions Notice: Greater Boitekong

Residents are hereby notified that Rustenburg Local Municipality will be implementing emergency water restrictions due to low water levels at the Bospoort
As a result, the supply channel has been closed to allow for water levels to rise.
The following areas will be without water between Monday – Thursday from 17:00 – 05:00 the next morning.
Greater Boitekong
Sunrise Park
Freedom Park
The emergency water restrictions will be lifted from Friday morning until Sunday