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How do I report a problem with electricity in Cape Town?

How do I report a problem with electricity in Cape Town?

Call 0860103089 or email [email protected]. Your contact is logged & a reference number will track progress. 3. Electricity problems should be reported by sending an SMS of no more than 160 characters to the number 31220.

How do I contact the City of Cape Town?

Contact Us

  1. General Enquiries.
  2. Telephone: 0860 103 089.
  3. Fax: 0860 103 090.
  4. Email: [email protected].
  5. Notes: Website: http://www.capetown.gov.za/

Who is in charge of the City of Cape Town?

City Manager: Lungelo Mbandazayo, Mr.

How do I buy electricity in Cape Town?

Purchase by SMS vending Step 1: Log into your Powertime account on the website. Step 3: Once you have registered on the website for SMS purchase, simply SMS your PIN and the amount you would like to purchase to 34 636. For example: SMS “1234 100″ to purchase R100 of electricity for your selected meter.

Can the City of Cape Town Cut your water?

leaks at www.capetown.gov.za/thinkwater The City will cut off or restrict your water supply if you don’t pay your water bill. However the City will give you notice before doing so, and will reconnect you once you’ve paid or made an arrangement to pay off what you owe.

What is the Cape Metropole?

Description: The City of Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality is a Category A municipality and is situated in the southern peninsula of the Western Cape Province. It has a coastline of 294km. It stretches from Gordon’s Bay to Atlantis and includes the suburbs of Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain.

How do I check my traffic fines in Cape Town?

Where can I find out if I have outstanding fines? Call the traffic inquiries section during office hours (Monday to Friday, 8am to 3:30pm) on 0860 103 089. If you would like a printout of your fine, you will have to go to the traffic department in person or register your account at Paycity.

What language is spoken in Cape Town?

Cape Town

Cape Town Kaapstad (Afrikaans) iKapa (Xhosa)
First languages (2011)
• Afrikaans 34.9%
• Xhosa 29.2%
• English 27.8%

Are water restrictions still in effect in Cape Town?

Water restrictions in the City of Cape Town have been lifted as of 1 November 2020. Residents and visitors in Cape Town are however encouraged to continue to be water smart.

Is Cape Town water safe to drink?

The City of Cape Town announced that the precautionary water advisory, relating to the Atlantic Seaboard, has been lifted. After extensive sampling, it has been revealed that there is no health risk in the distribution system. The water is safe to drink. “MIB is a nuisance compound, with no health impact.