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Mayor’s Office

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Executive Mayor

The Mayor is the head of local government in Greater Knysna. He is elected by Council every five years and has statutory powers and functions. The Mayor’s main role is to identify the needs of the municipality, and recommend ways to realise those needs by means of the municipality’s Integrated Development Plan and budget. He […]

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Invite the Mayor to an Event/Meeting

Please be advised of the following provisions: (1) The invitation is accepted on the basis that we agree to the final programme; (2) If the final programme changes the date and time originally agreed to we cannot guarantee we will be able to accommodate the event.; and (3) All invitations are accepted on the basis […]

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Serve Knysna

Knysna’s future is based on a strong relationship between the Council, its administration and a participating and compassionate public. The town is extremely privileged to have a wealth of knowledgeable and professional people in the community. We are currently compiling a database of professional people and experts who we can rely on when advice is […]

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Mayoral Committee Members

In terms of Section 60 of the Municipal Structures Act, 117 of 1998, the Executive Mayor of a municipal council must appoint a mayoral committee from among the councillors to assist the executive mayor. The members of a mayoral committee remain in office subject to subsection (5) and section 26, for the term of the […]

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The Knysna Municipality makes grants-in-aid available to organisations to fund projects that benefit the community and assist the municipality in realising its goals and objectives. If your organisation would like to apply for grants-in-aid, you can access the appropriate forms and information below. Alternatively, you can obtain an application form at the Municipal Offices in […]

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