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The 2016/2017 Overstand Junior Town Council has been inaugurated, with Yanna Stergianos from Hermanus High as the Junior Mayor and Izaan Newman from Gansbaai Academia as well as Monique Barkley from Northcliff House as her deputies.
 
The inauguration of 35 junior council members, drawn from a pool of grade 10-12 learners of the area’s six high schools, took place at the Municipal Auditorium in Hermanus on 3 November.

The Overstrand Junior Town Council initiative is managed by the Enlighten Education Trust in partnership with the Overstrand Municipality.  During their 12-month term of office, junior council members are exposed to the work of local government, community development aimed at benefiting their respective communities, the delivery of projects and public appearance.

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Notice is hereby given that all contractors tasked with removing refuse from private properties with the intention to transport said refuse to a municipal  transfer and/or dumping site will, in future, be required to register with the municipality in accordance with the Department of Environmental Affairs’ latest  provisions in this regard. 

In future, the Department of Environmental Affairs will require municipalities to report on how much refuse has been dumped at landfill sites and how much refuse has been redirected for possible recycling and/or reuse. 

Overstrand Municipality has amended its By-law on Solid Waste accordingly and, in accordance with the amended by-law, all contractors involved in transporting refuse within Overstrand's area of jurisdiction will now be required to register as such with the municipality to enable the latter to obtain the requisite data from contractors who render this type of service.

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The heavy grey, clouds or threat of rain did little to dampen the spirit of attendees at the Youth Against Crime Day 2016 that was held at the Kleinmond Sports Ground on Friday, 28 October 2016.

The event, which was presented by Overstrand Municipality and its partners, offered a host of activities that included a demonstration by the Working on Fire team, a karate showcase, wheelchair basketball, netball and rugby matches, as well as career guidance offered by ABSA, Nedbank and Standard banks and Overstrand’s Law Enforcement and Local Economic Development departments.

In the wheelchair basketball game Overstrand Wheelchair Association (OWA) triumphed against a Law Enforcement team, whilst the rugby match saw SAPS clinching a victory over the Kleinmond 7’s.  Much to the crowd’s delight the Kleinmond Invitational squad were the clear winners over Protection Services in the highly spirited netball contest.

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Overstrand Executive Mayor Rudolph Smith honoured achievers who make a difference in their communities at a glitzy Annual Night of Achievers Awards ceremony last night.

The event, held in the Overstrand Auditorium, recognises the outstanding work of individuals who have done outstanding service by awarding the Mayoral Trophy for Environmental Conservation, the Woman/Women of the Year Award and the Awards for Achievers of Excellence.

The following individuals were awarded certificates as  Achievers of Excellence in their respective fields:   

LES ABBOTT (for his commitment and exceptional work involving the ‘Hermanus Night Shelter’),

LORRAINE AND PAT DIEDERICKS (for years of dedication to the building and management of ‘Wortelgat’, a magnificent and well-known faith based camping facility),

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For the community volunteer fire-fighters of Pringle Bay and the surrounding villages 29 September 2016 was indeed a red letter day: they could at last move into, and start operating from their long-awaited new fire station.

In the words of Fire & Rescue Chief Lester Smith, the new facility was a’ ‘dream come true’ for the volunteer fire fighters of Pringle Bay and surrounds.

The inauguration of the facility was the culmination of years of planning and dreaming. The fire station will now be able to serve as a regional emergency centre and currently has eight volunteers and one truck to assist with fires in Betty’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Rooiels.

Clayton Francis, who spearheads the Pringle Bay Volunteer Fire Fighters, said it had been a community effort over many years, of which the last few were in conjunction with the ward committee of ward 10.

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