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The area is demarcated into thirteen wards, each with a directly elected councillor. These councillors are assisted by a ward committee of ten members. Ward committee members are elected democratically. Provision is made for the representation of organisations as well as individuals. Ward committees play an important role in the drafting and reviewing of the Integrated Development Plan and the identification of budget needs. Overstrand Municipality is a Damocratic Alliance led municipality and comprises of 25 councillors. Twelve of the twenty-five councillors represent political parties on a proportional basis. This means that residents of Overstrand can also use political channels to bring matters to Council’s attention. Council has a speaker who presides at meetings of the council; the speaker also exercises the powers delegated in terms of section 59 of the Local Government; Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act No. 32 of 2000). Three political parties are represented: the Democratic Alliance (15), the African National Congress (9) and the EFF (1).
To be the centre of excellence for the community.
Creation of sustainable communities by delivering optimal services to support economic, social and environmental goals in a politically stable environment.
Opportunities for all.
Value the input of our communities.
Economic growth for the benefit of all.
Recreational activities for the benefit of all.
Sustain service excellence and productivity.
Teamwork in achieving success.
Recognising the needs of our diverse society.
Acknowledge the need to conserve our bio-diversity.
No to corruption and maladministration
Development within a sustainable environment.