Covid-19: Ugu offices in Port Shepstone and Oslo Beach remain closed

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STATEMENT BY UGU DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY:

Municipal premises in Port Shepstone situated on Bazley Street and Oslo Beach remain closed until the disinfection process has been concluded and employees who were being identified as contacts to the positive cases being cleared to return back to work.

And for continuity of critical municipal services, our 24-hour Call Centre services have since been diverted away from the Oslo Beach premises with its operating hours being now amended to 7H00-19H00 daily until further notice.

Human Resources employees remain to work from home and all job applications for the recently advertised positions can be deposited at the security box outside Human Resources Office in Bazley Street.

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