The uMhlanga UIP has been around for 14 years. If you haven’t engaged with us on one or more of our platforms, now is the time to connect with us.

If you have an emergency within the uMhlanga UIP, want to report a fault in the area, simply want to ask a question or give us feedback there are a few channels to do so. Here’s how to get hold of us:

Use our social pages Facebook and Instagram, drop us a message on the contact page of our website, or the Report a Fault tab on the website. Here is a quick how-to video tutorial when using reporting a fault via the website. Our latest news page has snap surveys to vote on whether you find the content useful, so we can better streamline our content in the future. So, if you find yourself on the Latest News page, give the newsfeed a rating.

The uMhlanga UIP 24/7 hotline number 086 111 2050 can be used in the case of an emergency in the area or to report a fault and one of our trained operators will assist you.

To support members and businesses through challenging times, our free and user-friendly BizHub portal will boost your business’s online visibility in the precinct and help us create a more connected community. The best part is its FREE.

Our newsflashes and monthly insights are also a great way to provide feedback, simply hit reply and we’ll get the message. If you know someone who would like to subscribe to our newsflashes or monthly content, they can subscribe here.

“We believe in making ourselves as accessible as possible to all our stakeholders.   Feedback received is used to improve our on-ground services, streamline communications and help the community. ” We would love to help create awareness about local businesses within the precinct, especially after the recent difficulties. So please share your good news stories with us” explained Dewet Geldenhuys Precinct Manager, uMhlanga UIP.

We love hearing from you and receiving your feedback. Don’t forget to share this message with someone who might need to keep this information on file.

 

 

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