Our Mission

“uMngeni Municipality through people focused development will improve its skills capacity in order to deliver quality services and ensure inclusive socio-economic growth.”

Our Vision

"By 2035, uMngeni Municipality as the tourism destination of choice will be the hub of excellence providing quality services whilst ensuring quality of life"            

Upcoming Meetings

  1. Technical Portfolio 10/06/2022
  2. Management Portfolio  10/06/2022
  3. MANCO 13/06/2022
  4. EXCO 22/06/2022
  5. Informal Trading 24/06/2022 
Mayor's Office
Tel: 033 239 9266
Municipal Manager
Tel :033 239 8311
Technical Services
Tel: 033 239 9245
Community Services
Tel: 033 239 9270
Corporate Services
Tel: 033 239 9210
Tel: 033 239 9225
Economic Development and Planning
Tel: 033 239 9285
Health Campaign

24 June 2022

uMngeni The Mayor, Chris Pappas & His Deputy Sandile Mnikathi are using the youth month commemoration programme in eMandleni Hall to encourage young people to check their health statuses. They also took part in checking their statuses as well.

Municipal Notice No 12/2022

18 May 2022

Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 49 (1)(a)(i) of the Local Government Municipal Property Rates Act of 2004 (Act No 6 of 2004 as amended), hereinafter referred to as the "Act", that the valuation roll for the financial years 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 is open for public inspection at the office of the Chief Financial Officer (Rates Department).

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Tariff Increase
14 January 2022
uMngeni Municipality objects to Eskom's request for a 20,5% tariff increase. Our local economy and our residents have been battered, abused and bruised by rising costs, the pandemic, the economic downturn and the July riots. The proposed 20.5% tariff increase will further burden our residents.
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Eskom/uMngeni Talks On Street Lights
21 January 2022
Eskom is the main supplier and service provider for most of the uMngeni area. This includes Merrivale, Howick West, Howick South, Merrivale Heights, Nottingham Road, Lidgetton and the rural areas. uMngeni only supplies Howick and Mpophomeni. This means that many of our residents are reliant on Eskom for electricity and street lights. On Friday a delegation from uMngeni made up of the Mayor, Depury Mayor, Head of Department for Technical Services and Head of Electricity met with Eskom to discuss a number of issues affecting uMngeni residents.
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Howick Falls Precint Upgrades Progress
21 January 2022
At the last Council meeting of 2021 we approved the draft proposal for the Howick falls precinct upgrades. Thank you to local company Siza Architects for the great work on the new designs. The project brief asked Siza to consider local architecture, nature, history and culture in their designs. This after initial design received negative feedback with residents stating that the design were not in keeping with the area..
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The Mandela Capture Site
The Midmar Dam
The Howick Falls