Apply For A Job?

Please note that all applications for Current Vacancies must be accompanied by an official Municipal Application Form. Click here to download: Official Municipal Application Form Click here to download: Application Form Section 54a and 56 Managers Alternatively application forms can be collected from reception at the Main Municipal Offices: Clyde Street, Knysna CBD. For more […]

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Bid on a Tender?

Tenders are advertised for goods & services above the value of R200 000. If you would like to submit a bid, follow the process below. Step 1: Browse/open Tenders, and select and download the bid document. Step 2: Make sure you complete the document in full. Step 3: Once completed, all relevant documentation must be […]

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Submit a quotation or an RFQ?

If you would like to submit an RFQ or quotation, follow the process below. For goods and services the municipality publishes: Quotations between the value of R2000 – R30 000 Requests for Quotes (RFQs) to the value of R200 000 Step 1: Browse open Quotations and/ or RFQs, and once you have selected one, download […]

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Pay a Traffic Fine?

Traffic fines can be paid via: EFT Bank details for EFT payments: Account Name: Knysna Municipality Bank Name: Nedbank Account number: 1626 561 826 Branch code: 162-645v EasyPay or at the Customer Care Centre. If you want to send through an official representation with regards to the fine, please complete the attached form and email […]

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Report a Problem?

Any person or organisation may lodge a complaint about any aspect of the Municipality’s operations and services. To lodge a complaint, please contact us through any of the following methods: Visit the closest Municipal office Call us on (044) 302 6300 Email us at customercare@knysna.gov.za Sms us on 44453 Write to us at PO Box […]

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Sort my garbage & recycling?

Recycling Tips Waste management and recycling: Each year in Knysna alone we throw away tonnes of waste a lot of it is hazardous. It is clear that treating and disposing of all this material- without harming the environment – becomes a major headache. Between 2000 and 2013, the amount of waste generated in the Greater […]

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Pay my Account?

Accounts can be paid here: Customer Care Centre in Main Road, Knysna Municipal Offices in Flamingo Street, Sedgefield Via EasyPay At your local Post Office At Pick n Pay or SPAR Via EFT Bank details for EFT payments: Account Name: Knysna Municipality Bank Name: Nedbank Account number: 1626 561 826 Branch code: 162-645 Click here […]

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Apply for a New Service?

Residents and businesses follow the same process when applying for municipal services. Application forms are available from the municipal Customer Care Centre in Main Street Knysna. In addition to the application form, you also have to provide supporting documentation (see below). Please note tenants may not apply for trade services such as water or electricity. […]

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Apply for a Disconnection / Reconnection?

Please go to the Customer Care Centre closest to you to fill in the relevant documentation. Reconnections: Only the owner of the property can apply for reconnections, not the tenant. Please make sure to bring the following documentation with: a copy of the rates account for the property the property owner’s ID or a certified […]

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Access Information / PAIA Manual?

The Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA), No. 2 of 2000 gives effect to the public’s right to information from public and private bodies as contained in section 32 of the Constitution of South Africa, and to advance an increasing focus on the development of good corporate governance. This PAIA manual has been complied […]

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How do I apply for a business licence?

Do you need a business/trade licence? Legislation (The Business Act no 71 of 1991) requires that certain types of businesses need to have a valid business / trade licence before the business starts to operate. Licences can be acquired from the Municipality and they can advise you on application procedures and the various health and […]

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Apply for an Informal Trader Permit?

All informal traders who operate in the greater Knysna area need to be registered and be in possession of a trader permit issued by the Economic Development Department at the Knysna Municipality. This includes anyone trading on sidewalks, in containers, spaza shops, public open areas, etc. You can apply for a permit in a specific […]

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Apply to Address a Council Meeting?

Section 15 of Chapter 4 of the Knysna Municipality Rules of Order for Internal Arrangements By-law makes provision for members of the public to attend Council meetings. Section 15. Attendance of members of public stipulates as follows: The Speaker must take reasonable steps to regulate public access to, and public conduct at meetings; The Speaker […]

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Apply for Social & Pensioner Rebates?

In terms of Council’s policy households who currently receive a collective monthly income of less than R5100-00 qualify for rebates on rates and service charges. To qualify for the rebates: The applicant must be a resident of the Greater Knysna Municipality; The applicant must be in possession of a valid South African identity document; The […]

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