The Bram Fisher Building, headquarters of the Mangaung Metro Municipality (MMM), has been temporarily closed after yet another official has tested positive for Covid-19.
The employee, who is currently under quarantine, falls under the vulnerable group as categorised by the Department of Health. According to a statement by the MMM, the building will again go through the decontamination processes, and all services rendered at Bram Fischer will be temporarily unavailable today. Operations will resume on Friday 3 July 2020.
In addition, workers who are above 60 years are not allowed to come to work. The metro’s risk unit is continuously revising operational plans to ensure that vulnerable groups work from home.
According to the MMM, officials and members of the community alike undergo screening before entering all our premises. There also provision for personal protective equipment, sanitisers at all entry points as well as educational and awareness campaigns for staff.
Operations at all other regional offices and paypoints of the city will continue as normal today. Payment of municipal accounts can alternatively be done via internet banking or at any Nedbank branch.
To check balances, go to the municipal website and follow the prompts on “check balances” link.