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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.
A dedicated municipal worker, Sarah Negunda was buried at the weekend. She was attached to the Technical Department under parks division. In this picture, workers from Musina Municipality affiliated to the South African Municipal Workers Union (SAMWU) pay their last tribute to their fallen colleague during the funeral service
Her Worship Mayor of Musina, Cllr. Mihloti Ramoyada donated four computers to two farm schools. Kranenburg Primary School and Maroi Combined School received two computers each during the mayor’s visit to assess the conditions of learning in farm schools.
Thomas Ndou of Musina Nancefield Ext 8 (Matswale) owns a small delivery vehicle which is the only source of his income. He delivers firewood, fruits and vegetables on daily basis to his loyal customers in the neighbourhood. The only challenge that slows down his business is the gravel road which makes it difficult for him to reach as many customers as possible on time.
Representatives from various stakeholders like political parties, local government and the community of Musina converged at Nancefield Community Hall for an outreach workshop spearheaded by the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC). The theme of the workshop was: “20 years into democracy and the road to Local Government Elections 2016.”
The untimely death of Fhumulani Ligegise (40) dazed her colleagues, family and friends who filled the Nancefield Community Hall to capacity during a memorial service to honour her life. Singing and dancing characterised the service as mourners expressed how friendly and dedicated Fhumulani was during her time.
Sixteen children from disadvantaged backgrounds received school uniforms and pairs of school shoes during the inaugural Cllr. Fistos Mafela Soccer Charity Tournament which was held at Madimbo soccer field. The aim of the annual tournament is to unearth new sporting talent, promote the spirit of team work and to keep the youth of Madimbo away from the streets. The tournament was sponsored by Cllr. Fistos Mafela, Fhatuwani Rananga and Elton Nethavhani who both hail from Madimbo village.
The Mayor of Musina Municipality, Cllr. Mihloti Ramoyada and her councilors visited several schools within the Musina municipal area. The purpose of the visit is to encourage learners and educators to work hard to attain good results at the end of the year.
The Deputy Minister of Defence and Military Veterans, Kebby Maphatsoe described the late General Gabriel Mutheiwana Ramushwana as a humble, brave and disciplined military man who played a major role to the attainment of democracy in South Africa. Maphatsoe was addressing thousands of mourners who attended General Ramushwana’s funeral service at Musina Showground on Saturday. After the service, General Ramushwana was finally laid to rest at Musina Cemetery.
In accordance with section 127(5) (a) (i) & (ii) of the Local Government Municipal Finance Management Act Number 56 of 2003 read with section 21A of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, the Accounting Officer hereby makes public the tabled Musina Local Municipality’s Annual Report for the ended 30 June 2014 and invites the local community to submit representations in connection with the 2013/2014 annual report.
“South Africa needs top achievers who return to their communities and use their education to plough back. Our country needs graduates who stimulate the local economy, create jobs and become true leaders in their respective fields.” Said De Beers Venetia Mine General Manager, Ludwig von Maltitz at a breakfast held to honour top achieving students from communities neighbouring Venetia Mine.