Vryheid Business Chamber calls urgent meeting to discuss impact of municipal budget

Chairman of Vryheid Business Chamber, Leon Prinsloo, invites members of the Business Chamber and business owners in the AbaQulusi region to attend an urgent meeting on May 15.

MEMBERS of the Vryheid Business Chamber, as well as business owners in the AbaQulusi region, are invited to attend an urgent meeting on May 15.

The meeting will be held at Klets Cafè and Deli, situated at the corner of East and Afrikaner Streets and will start at 5pm.

This proposed meeting is a result of the Budget Road Show meetings, which were held on May 2 and 3, at the Council Chamber of the Abaqulusi Local Municipality.

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At this meeting, it was indicated that the Municipal Council would like to meet with the Vryheid Business Chamber and owners of formal businesses within the jurisdiction of the Abaqulusi Local Municipality.

“Further discussions need to take place prior to implementation of the 2017/2018 Budget, which will take place on 25 May 2017,” writes Chairman, Leon Prinsloo. “The Abaqulusi Local Municipality also has no business database, therefore the assistance of members of businesses within the Abaqulusi Local Municipality would be required to assist with the compilation of such database.”

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“Your attendance at the aforementioned meeting is regarded as of vital importance as it will be to the benefit of the entire town, should hands be taken between the Abaqulusi Local Municipality and the Vryheid Business Chamber, in an effort to solve certain important issues and to drive the development of the Abaqalusi precinct,” adds Prinsloo.

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