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MS. Buyelwa Nancy Mafaya (ANC) MMC Speaker
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MR. Mongameli Bobani (UDM) Prop
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MR. Tshonono Christopher Solomon Buyeye (AIC) MMC Deputy Executive Mayor as Acting Executive Mayor
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MS. Yolisa Margaret Pali (ANC) MMC Prop
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MS. Itumeleng Felicity Ranyele (ANC) MMC Prop
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MR. Rory Brendan Riordan (ANC) Prop
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MR. Leander Kruger (DA) Prop
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MR. Shaun Soyes (DA) Prop
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MR. Afrika Matthews Maqolo (ANC) Prop
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MS. Noluthando Queenit Pink (ANC) MMC Prop
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MS. Nontsikelelo Pamela Antoni (ANC) Prop
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MR. Malcolm John Figg (DA) Prop
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MR. Litho Suka (ANC) Prop
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MS. Rosie Daaminds (ANC) Prop
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We are currently experiencing difficulties supplying water to certain storage reservoirs due to a fault on the electrical supply at the Elandsjagt WTW. This has placed the system at risk as storage conditions remain low due to the ongoing drought.

Contractors are currently assessing requirements to execute repairs.

Areas that could experience low pressure or disruptions include:

Parts of Walmer   -   Walmer Downs   -   Mangold Park   -   Glen Hurd   -   Newton Park   -   Greenacres   -   Parts of Cotswold   -   Parts of Schauderville   -   Linkside  Mill Park   -   Parts of Central   -   Mount Croix   -   Perridgevale   -   Deal party   -   North End   -   Sydenham

The situation will be monitored and water tankers will be made available if reservoir storage levels deplete, their positions will be communicated throughout social media and can also be enquired from 0800205050.  Consumers are requested to use water sparingly and not to stockpile, this will accelerate the depletion of storage.

The welcome rains which fell over large parts of the Eastern Cape coastal belt and adjacent interior this week have had little impact on the level of Nelson Mandela Bay's main supply dams. The average combined capacity of the Metro's main supply dams is currently at 29.43%.

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