Have your say and influence the decision on the punitive level 6b water tariff and the pipe levy.
Your input will be added to our report which will be delivered to the Mayor (your personal details will not be disclosed). We require mass participation to validate a true reflection of Cape Town citizens, so please have your say.
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Yes I do
My father told me the DA was called the Devil Apartheid Party and he said Cape Town and surrounding areas will be for the super rich and the super poor and the rest of us will be driven out by the DA by the means of illegal tariffs . The DA are governed by a third Force that are implementing the exact same policys in other countries around the world to achieve a controlled Society where the middle class will have no say because they will not exist and Cape Town will become the rich man's Paradise and with 5G being implemented so to use this weapon to target individuals or protesters as could be seen in Ireland and many other countries. All I can say is goodbye middle class you'll be remembered in history books for a short while.
Yes I do
I object to the proposed new water meters. Also owners should NOT pay for water meters as the meters are situated on council property. We pay more than enough taxes.
Yes I do
When I applied for development of erf 280 I was told that it would be cheaper to install a 100mm water connection instead of 12 separate connections. Now I'm being charged a monthly levey of R2500. This is daylight robbery.
Yes I do
ITS RIDICULOUS TO HAVE TO PAY SO MUCH FOR WATER. WE ARE PENSIONERS WHO ARE STRUGGLING.
Yes I do
because we just keep paying and the money keeps getting stolen .
CURRENT DAM LEVELS
|Capacity when full||18/9/2018|
|Berg River||130 010||98.5|
|Steenbras Lower||33 517||87.8|
|Steenbras Upper||31 767||95.1|
|Total Stored Ml||898 221||633 227|
|Total % Storage||70.5|
[LISTEN] Sputnik Ratau, spokesperson for the Department of Water and Sanitation says tariffs are responsibility of local government.
Earlier this week the Mayor of Cape Town responded to our letter of 21 August, wherein we requested clarity on a number of issues to be addressed at the City’s month-end budget adjustment meeting. Some of the issues we raised were;
– the punitive 6b charges,
– the pipe levy
– increased sewage charges
– revenue overcollection by the City
We are now requesting your input on these points so we can present the City with a true reflection of the voice of the people. Your input will be added to our report which will be delivered to the Mayor (your personal details will not be disclosed).
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