NIGEL BUSINESS DIRECTORY is a community business service, whose goal is to:
- Promote new and existing businesses in Nigel to new and established residents of Nigel and surrounding towns.
- Assist residents of Nigel and surrounding towns in locating businesses in Nigel.
- Encourage people to patronise Nigel businesses and build a better sense of community.
NIGEL is OUR town!
Let us SUPPORT one another!
NIGEL BUSINESS DIRECTORY is an online user-friendly directory, whose information is kept up-to-date and always available and easily accessible 24/7.          

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Get an email address @nigel.co.za with your personal name or the name of your business.

e.g.  yourname@nigel.co.za
e.g.  yourbusiness@nigel.co.za

• Only R35 per month
   per email account
Contact: nigel@nigel.co.za


The REKORD is a free local newspaper distributed
twice monthly with a readership of over 95 000/issue.
Nigel • Heidelberg • Balfour • Dunnottar • Sharon Park
ADVERTISING: Annelie Schφlly 082-853-4071
Read the REKORD online:


              August  2019








Police Emergency
   Tel. 10111
Nigel Charge Office
   Tel. 011-814-6511/6503
Alra Park Charge Office
   Tel. 011-819-1908
   Tel. 011-739-9819/9827/9810
Child Line
   Tel. 0800-05-55-55
Crime Stop
   Tel. 086-001-0111
Metro Police
   Tel. 011-999-9128/9129
Nigel SPCA
   Tel. 084-485-7020

   Tel. 011-458-0911 or 10177
   24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Rescue Services
   Tel. 999
Ambulance Emergency Service
   Tel. 10177
Ambulance/Fire Brigade:
   Tel. 011-814-8112/3/4
Nigel Community Medical Response
   Tel. 083 654 5908
Dr. Wiets H. Steyn Jnr
   Tel. 011-814-8244
Ferryvale Pharmacy
   Tel. 011-814-3231

Nigel Customer Care Centre
Primary Telephone: 011-999-9050
Secondary Telephone: 011-999-9280
Secondary Telephone: 011-999-9206

Primary Fax: 011-814-4972
Secondary Fax: 086-605-2626

Email: nigel.cca@ekurhuleni.gov.za

Area Manager (Nigel): 011-999-9173

Billing (Admin & Enquiries)
011-999-9182/3/5, 011-999-9236
(Source: www.ekurhuleni.gov.za)

As temperatures begin to drop, the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality has warned its consumers of possible load shedding due to the increased demand on the electricity network.

Load shedding happens when there is insufficient power station capacity to supply the demand (load) from all the customers; the electricity system could become unstable, possibly resulting in a national black-out. To avoid this, Eskom can either increase supply or reduce demand.

During scheduled load shedding parts of the network are switched off according to a predetermined schedule, with the impact spread equitably over the customer base. Shedding is predictable and allows for customers to plan accordingly,

Consumers are advised to treat all network points as being electrically alive in the event of load shedding.

    Download Load Shedding Schedule for Nigel  


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