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Published: 16 Jan 2019Title: GEORGE WATER UPDATE 16 JANUARY 2019Status: Dam level: 81.37% (up from 81.14%) Rainfall since 11 January: 8.3mm Demand/usage: 30.48 megalitres (target 22Ml) Months water left: 10 Please note Section 2B water restrictions apply, including watering times. Fines may apply. Details in the News section of this website.
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04 April 2017

Go George Campaign Kicks Off In CBD

“MUTUAL RESPECT” CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF IN CBD:  A two-week GO GEORGE communication campaign for the benefit of passengers using bus stops in the CBD was rolled out this week. The team of Champions are handing out GO GEORGE shopping bags, as well as leaflets requesting passengers’ cooperation to create a culture of mutual respect among users of the bus service. Issues that are addressed include littering, the use of alcohol and drugs, shopping trolleys, respecting the property of neighbouring businesses, the use of toilets, noise and foul language. To kick off the campaign, mascot Georgie popped over to the CBD stops on Monday afternoon and was greeted with enthusiasm by passengers who wanted to pose with him for photos. Here are, from the left, Nomhle Tshikolo (Champion),  Elvinia Erasmus from Pacaltsdorp with baby Diego, Nomakhaya Kapayi (Champion), Desmorney Fredericks from Pacaltsdorp, Georgie, Nomalizo Linda (Champion) and Thandi Mateke (Champion).

 

GO GEORGE-VELDTOG IN MIDDEDORP SKOP AF

“WEDERSYDSE RESPEK”-VELDTOG IN MIDDEDORP SKOP AF: ’n GO GEORGE-kommunikasieveldtog tot voordeel van passasiers wat bushaltes in die middedorp gebruik, het hierdie week begin. Die span inligtingsbeamptes (champions) deel GO GEORGE-inkopiesakke uit, asook pamflette waarin passasiers se samewerking om ’n kultuur van wedersydse respek tussen gebruikers van die busdiens te skep, gevra word. Kwessies wat aangespreek word sluit in: rommelstrooiing, die gebruik van alkohol en dwelmmiddels, inkopiewaentjies, respek vir die eiendom van aanliggende besighede, die gebruik van toilette, geraas en kru taal. Om die veldtog af te skop, het gelukbringer Georgie Maandagmiddag ’n draai gaan maak by die middedorp-bushaltes waar hy deur entoesiastiese passasiers begroet is en uiteraard moes poseer vir foto’s. Hier is, van links, Nomhle Tshikolo (inligtingsbeampte), Elvinia Erasmus van Pacaltsdorp met baba Diego, Nomakhaya Kapayi (inligtingsbeampte), Desmorney Fredericks van Pacaltsdorp, Georgie, Nomalizo Linda (inligtingsbeampte) en Thandi Mateke (inligtingsbeampte).

Last published 04 April 2017