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Installed signs to limit accidents
Amid the pandemic that has forced national adjustments in operations, Matsapha Town Council has strived to continue providing services to Matsapha Ratepayers. Operations by no doubt have been affected however much has been done in the roads of the town. This has been done to help better manage traffic... Read more
REDUCING FLY INFESTATION THIS WINTER
This winter a number of Matsapha Residents have noticed flies around their homes. The flies most likely bothering you this winter are cluster flies, fruit flies and house flies. With the seasons changing and temperatures cooling like many insects, flies move inside for the winter to seek out warm,... Read more
Municipality Operations During Partial Lockdown
Following Government’s public declaration on the partial lockdown due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) in the country, there has been a serious need to adjust our operations for the next few weeks. We would like to ensure that it is our priority that all our ratepayers, business community, residents, the... Read more
Light Amidst The National Pandemic
Matsapha Town Council conducted courtesy visit and donated food supplies to two Charity Homes within Matsapha urban space, on the 24th of March 2020. The visit was conducted by Councillor Steven Motsa, who was representing the Matsapha Chairperson, Councillor Alice Russo and the Town Clerk, Lucky Sukati. The two... Read more
Council Against The Corona Virus
In view of the global pandemic of Corona Virus outbreak, the virus was first reported in China Wuhan last year 2019, since then it has grown and resulted to the deaths of thousands. In March the first case was reported in the country and more cases have been found.... Read more
RATES PAYMENT FOR TOWN DEVELOPMENT
Council would like to remind Matsapha ratepayers that rates balances that will remain outstanding by 31st March 2020 shall be handed over for collection. Any payment arrangement after this date shall be entered into with the debt collecting agent. Therefore, all ratepayers with outstanding rates are encouraged to settle... Read more
38 Sray Cows Impounded in Tubungu
On the 18th of November 2019, a total of 38 cows were impounded by Council along Tubungu and Airport Road. The stray animals were spotted by the Council’s Rangers that patrol the town to ensure the safety of the Matsapha community. Council therefore pleads with pet or livestock owners... Read more
Working Around The Clock to Fix Rain Damages
Matsapha Town Council has committed itself to working hard towards fixing the damages caused by the rains from the past few days. The storm on Thursday, 14th November affected the town the most, resulting to a number of damages. The damage attributed to trees falling and closing off roads,... Read more
Matsapha Disaster Rist Management Plan Ready in 2020
The formulation of the Matsapha Disaster Risk Management Plan is in full effect after the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding with the National Disaster management Agency (NDMA) on the 29th of May 2019. The formulation of the Plan was informed by the Integrated Development Plan (IDP), a strategic... Read more
Matsapha Business Directory: Stimulating Business Economic Growth
Matsapha Town Council through its Local Economic Development activities successfully launched the Matsapha Business Directory at the 2019 Eswatini International Trade Fair. The Matsapha Business Directory is marketing platform for all businesses located in the town of Matsapha. The Business directory allows Matsapha, as a local authority, to assist... Read more