By-Laws

A by-law is a law that is passed by the Council of a municipality to regulate the affairs and the services it provides within its area of jurisdiction. A municipality derives the powers to pass a by-law from the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, which gives certain specified powers and competencies to local government as set out in Part B of Schedules 4 and Part B of 5 to the Constitution.

Documents
Air Quality Control By-Law Dec 2014
96 Kilobytes
Beleid vir die Erkenning van Langdiens 2014
277 Kilobytes
By-Law on Municipal Land Use Planning
664 Kilobytes
By-Law Relating to Outdoor Advertising & Signage
404 Kilobytes
By-Law relating to Special Rating Areas 2015
171 Kilobytes
By-Law Relating to the Holding of Events
198 Kilobytes
By-Law relating to the Impound of Animals
133 Kilobytes
By-Law relating to the Prevention of Public Nuisances - Dec 2014
789 Kilobytes
Code of Ethics Policy 2014
353 Kilobytes
Electricity Supply By-Law
270 Kilobytes
Fireworks By-Law Dec 2014
227 Kilobytes
Grant in Aid Policy 2014
219 Kilobytes
HIV and AIDS Policy 2014
358 Kilobytes
Informal Trading By-Law
204 Kilobytes
Liquor Trading Hours By-Law
359 Kilobytes
Management of Incapacitated Employees Policy 2014
154 Kilobytes
Parking of vehicles on Public Roads
137 Kilobytes
Policy on people with disabilities 2014
161 Kilobytes
Property Rates By-Law
186 Kilobytes
Special Leave Policy 2014
336 Kilobytes