Peace Prayer and Awareness Campaign against Xenophobic attacks
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Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 21(1) of the Municipal Systems Act, 2000 Act 32 of 2000 that the Draft IDP will be available for perusal and public comments from 1 April 2015 to 23 April 2015 during normal office hours. Read more
Please note that due to the Easter Weekend all Municipal Offices, Traffic Department and Libraries will close at 12:00 on Thursday 2 April 2015
Hundreds of mourners and members of Mkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) paid their last respect to the MKMVA Regional Deputy Secretary, Norman Oupa Mashaba (45) who was buried at Musina. Mashaba died on Saturday 21 March 2015 after falling ill.
Musina Local Municipality was commended for maximizing the use of technology and social media platforms to reach community members and stakeholders. This was during the Local Government Communicators Forum meeting which was held at Musina Municipality Board Room.
Musina Municipality was presented with a special award for improved Audit Outcomes for the 2013/2014 financial year. This was during the occasion of the 2015 South African Local Government Association (SALGA) Limpopo Finance Week which was recently held at Tzeneen.
The construction of a gymnasium at Nancefield Extension 2 marks a turning point of service delivery after 20 years of democracy. For the first time in history, Nancefield community members will have a gymnasium right at their doorsteps. The construction started in February this year. The gymnasium project came after the local residents indicated it as one of their priorities during the Integrated Development Plan (IDP) consultation processes.
“As we celebrate our human rights today, we should also take into account that we are commemorating a sad day in the history of our country. The good memories are that we are enjoying human rights because we have a democratic government. The sad part of it is that there are people who lost their lives so that we can attain this freedom.” Those were the words of Cllr. Nkele Milanzi, who spoke in her capacity as acting Mayor during the Musina Municipality Human Rights Day celebration at Nancefield Community Hall.
Musina Municipality volleyball team are the toast of the town after winning the Sanlam Volleyball Competitions held at Musina Army Base recently. For their memorable efforts, the team received a special trophy and medals. Their brilliant acrobatic tactics and determination paid off as they proved to be the best team during the tournament.
Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the Musina Local Municipality 2013/2014 Annual Report, as convened in terms of Section 129(4) (a) and Section 130(1) of the Municipal Finance Management Act, will be held as follows:
Notice is hereby given in accordance with Council Resolution 18/01/25 that the municipality is to workshop, consult and solicit inputs on the below policies.
The long-awaited establishment of a township in Mopane is now a reality. This was said by Her Worship Mayor of Musina, Cllr. Mihloti Ramoyada during her visit to the area. Mopane is a farming area appriximately 40km south of Musina Town and it falls under ward 2 of Musina Local Municipality.
In a positive move to curb unemployment, 120 previously unemployed community members from Musina have been employed in a one-year Extended Public Works Programme (EPWP) contract. Their contract started in February this year. The workers received their uniforms from Her Worship Mayor of Musina, Cllr. Mihloti Ramoyada at Nancefield municipal offices. The municipality spent R95 000.00 to buy the much needed uniforms.
Two government departments - Science and Technology and Rural Development and Land Reform - handed over 20 tablets to be utilized with the Digital Doorway (DD) technology at Madimbo village. The initiative is aimed at bridging the technological gap by enriching rural dwellers with technological knowledge and access to different technological applications.
It has been noted that in the Sowetan Publication for Tender Invitation published on 06 February 2015, the closing date for Tender 14/2014 and Tender 15/2014 was incorrectly stated as 12 February 2015 at 11:00 and in the Mirror publication for Tender invitation published on 02 February 2015, the closing date for Tender 11/2014 was incorrectly stated as 13 February 2015 at 11:00.