RNM’s Uvongo offices closed due to confirmed Covid-19 cases

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STATEMENT BY RAY NKONYENI MUNICIPALITY:

The RNM Town Planning and Building Control offices in Uvongo have been closed and will be opened on Monday 27 July 2020.

The closure of these offices follows confirmation of positive COVID-19 cases and is meant to have these buildings fumigated and also allow protocols related to identified COVID-19 cases to unfold and completed.

The municipality has ensured that all necessary protocols related to COVID-19 are followed and this was done in consultation with the Department of Health. We are also continuing to take all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of our employees as well as that of the public.

Those who have urgent enquiries related to Town Planning and Building Control services during this closure of offices can contact the HOD: Development Planning Services, Mr Khetha Zulu on 0824504133 or Senior Manager: Building Control Mr Ravi Naidoo on 0825645339 and or Manager: Town Planning Ms Nelisiwe Sithole on 0837519550

As the country is reaching the surge in terms of the spread of the virus, we further call upon everyone to ensure that the spread of COVID-19 is minimised through following the four main precautionary measures meant to combat the spread of the virus:

  • Regularly wash hands for at least 20 seconds with water and soap or use alcohol-based sanitizer
  • Always wear a mask, covering both mouth and nose when not at home
  • Maintain a social distance of at least 2m from the next person
  • Regularly clean frequently used surfaces

#SpreadFactsNotFear
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“TOGETHER WE CAN BEAT COVID-19”

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