ONGWEDIVA EMBARKS ON CONSUMER DATA COLLECTION
Ongwediva Town Council has commenced with issuing municipal bills electronically and gradually phasing out the traditional method of printing and dispatching bills through mail.
All our current customers, property owners and any person receiving a municipal account from Ongwediva Town Council, are hereby invited to visit the office to verify and update their contact information during working hours from Monday to Friday. A dedicated information desk has been established at Ongwediva Town Council Head Office, primarily for residents to update and provide their e-mail and mobile telephone numbers.
In addition to the above, a team of Council Staff Members, with visible identification and distinct security features, will be visiting individual properties from the 01st March 2022 to the 31st May 2022 collecting relevant information. Further details regarding the team that will be visiting individual property owners, shall be released in due course. Extra caution should be taken by individual property owners not to fall prey to people pretending to collect personal contact details on behalf of Ongwediva Town Council.
All registered account holders should expect to receive electronic bills via SMS’s or e-mails by 01st July 2022. You are therefore invited to come and update your contact in order to receive your monthly municipal accounts timely, at the tip of your fingers and in your own comfort zone.
CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
ONGWEDIVA TOWN COUNCIL
ONGWEDIVA TOWN COUNCIL DONATES TO THE HEALTH AND EDUCATION SECTOR
On Friday, the 04th February 2022, Ongwediva Town handed over donations of a combined 3800 aprons and 7000 gloves worth N$ 24 265 to Eluwa Clinic and Ongwediva Health Centre.
A donation of 670 litres of hand sanitisers worth N$ 37 728.65 was also handed over to all 23 registered schools within Ongwediva Town. Each school has received 25 litres of sanitisers while the remainder was given to the Health Centres and to the Circle of Hope Private Academy. In addition, Council has identified a special school (Circle of Hope Private Academy) which hosts less privileged children to received 7 desks and 6 Chairs worth N$ 4 991.00.
The total sum of all donations amounts to Sixty-six thousand, nine hundred and eighty-four Namibia Dollars, sixty-five Cents. (N$ 66, 984.65). Speaking at the handover ceremony held at Ongwediva Trade Fair Centre, His Worship Taarah Shalyefu indicated that the donation came as a result of the existing twinning agreement between the Stadt Lommel in Belgium and Ongwediva Town Council. “Council resolved to procure these items in efforts to continuously and consistently intensify the fight against the spread of COVID-19,” said the Mayor.
He further appealed to stakeholders to join Ongwediva Town Council in assisting the needy especially during this challenging time of COVID-19.
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Invitation: Ongwediva Build Together Ben.
Invitation is hereby extended to the build together beneficiaries in Ongwediva to a meeting aimed at nominating 3 members among the beneficiaries to serve on the Ongwediva Decentralized Build Together Committee.