Disclaimer: Council employees and their immediate relatives do not qualify for the competition. T’s & C’s apply.
Council continues to recognize loyal and compliant Ratepayers the ‘Pay Your Rates and Win Competition’ through awarding incentives to qualifying Ratepayers. Residents are assured we will continue with our mandate of giving quality service delivery to both residents and the general public who come to do business in the town.
The completion or incentive-based related rates collection enables the town to start delivering projects within the first quarter so that they are completed on time for residents to enjoy the comfort of development in town. The completion is normally conducted in the first quarter and this year Council has pushed it to the end of October in being cognizant of the impact of the pandemic on the Ratepayers.
Ratepayers who have already paid their rates in full will be automatically entered into the draw. Council would like to encourage ratepayers to pay their rates in full on or before the 31st October 2020 in order to qualify for the competition. The qualifying entrants will be considered for a draw which will be conducted in November 2020 at the Council offices where they will stand a chance of winning a wide range of interesting prizes.
MODES OF PAYMENT
- Cash/cheque paid over the counter at the Municipality’s revenue office
- Swiping debit or credit cards at the Municipality’s revenue office
- Making an Electronic Transfer to any of Council’s bank accounts.
Ratepayers are reminded to use their rates Account Number as a reference whenever making and electronic transfer. The proof of payment should be e-mailed to email@example.com. Council’s banking details are printed on rates bills.
Council’s Banking Details
Council’s current banking details are as follows:
|Bank||Branch||Branch Code||Account Number|
|First National Bank||Matsapha||281064||62456251265|
There is an Account Number for every single property one has with Council. Rates bills and rates statements portray clearly this account number and ratepayers are encouraged to use it for payment referencing.
For example: 141701.