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Important numbers

Electricity023 316 1854
Water023 316 1854
Fire Brigade023 316 1998
Police023 312 1204
Hospital (Priv.)023 316 1304
Hospital (Prov.)023 312 1116
Ambulance023 342 0478
Witzenberg Municipality023 316 1854
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Published: 14 Aug 2018Title: Delay with Municipal Accounts – 14 August 2018Status: Kindly note that there is a delay with correspondence due to operational challenges within the South African Post Services. This will result in municipal account notifications not reaching residents timeously. Residents are advised query the balances directly at our local cashiers offices.
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Important numbers

Electricity 023 316 1854
Water 023 316 1854
Fire Brigade 023 316 1998
Police 023 312 1204
Hospital (Priv.) 023 316 1304
Hospital (Prov.) 023 312 1116
Ambulance 023 342 0478
Witzenberg Municipality 023 316 1854

Investor Relations

Overview

Agriculture, finance, manufacturing and trade are Witzenberg Municipality’s biggest sectors.

Agriculture

A large portion of the total provincial deciduous fruit is produced in Witzenberg, which positions the municipality as an important niche stakeholder in the provincial agricultural economy. Agriculture is, by far, the dominant source of employment within the area. A large number of fruit exports to the European Union, Asia, India and the USA indicate the superior quality of Witzenberg’s produce and respect the world has for the municipality’s exports.

Manufacturing

The manufacturing sector includes the processing of agricultural products such as the packaging and canning of fruit. Major international export companies reside in Ceres, which is also the agri-processing centre in Witzenberg. The most important manufacturing subdivision is the food and beverage sector.

Wholesale & Retail Trade

Witzenberg is the smallest municipal contributor to Cape Winelands District’s GDPR, but important areas of economic activity in Witzenberg are Tulbagh, Ceres and Wolseley. There are huge opportunities to invest in wholesale andretail businesses in the region, due to property development potential and migration from other provinces.

Finance & Business Services

A wide variety of well-known agricultural business and financial support services are available in the region. The dominant banking role players in business banking are Absa, Nedbank and Standard Bank, with the dominant retail bank being Capitec.

For queries on how to invest and potential opportunities for growth, please contact:

Name: Johan Swanepoel
Position: Manager Projects & Performance
Tel: 023 316 1854
Email: jswan@witzenberg.gov.za 

Last published 11 March 2016