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Musina Municipality concludes IDP and budget consultation process
Created: Tuesday, 03 May 2016 06:52
A community member makes his contribution during the public participation meeting at Renaissance School sports ground
As part of community engagement, Musina Municipality has concluded the process of conducting public participation and consultation drive on 2016/2017 Integrated Development Plan (IDP) and Budget. The 2016/2017 financial year for the municipality starts on 01 July this year. The consultation process has being conducted in all six wards of the municipality.
Construction of the 1 000 houses in the urban area of Musina is progressing well
Few days after the Mayor of Musina, Cllr. Mihloti Muhlope announced that the Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs (Coghsta) has allocated 1 000 houses to the urban area of Musina, the construction of the houses has already kicked off and progressing smoothly.
Auditor-General gives Musina Municipality thumbs up
Created: Thursday, 14 April 2016 09:46
Gert Ordendaal from the office of the Auditor-General and Musina Municipality MPAC chairperson Cllr. Siyaphi Shirilele captured during the public hearing
The office of the Auditor-General is pleased with the way in which Musina Local Municipality handled its finances in the 2015-2016 financial year as per the set regulatory guidelines and procedures. The office attested to this during the recent Municipal Public Account Committee’s (MPAC) public hearing held at Musina Municipality Council Chambers.
Construction work is progressing well at the site of the R320 million Musina Mall
The construction of the R320 million Musina Mall, which started four months ago, is going smoothly and prospects that the constructors will meet the March 2017 completion date are promising. The multimillion rand mall, which will house some major national and international retailers, will enhance economic development since Musina has been declared one of the provincial growth points.
Members of the MKMVA pay their last respect at the graveside of Lucas “Dra” Moemi after his funeral at Musina cemetery
The sound of 21 gun shots by members of Mkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) re-vibrated throughout the cemetery of Musina as the coffin containing the remains of Lucas “Dra” Moemi was lowered to his final resting place. This was the perfect way to pay tribute to this gallant fighter of the liberation struggle who died after collapsing at home. He was 74.
Municipal Public Accounts Committee Public Hearing On The 2014/2015 Annual Report
Created: Wednesday, 16 March 2016 19:19
Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the Musina Local Municipality 2014/2015 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:
Date: Wednesday, 23 March 2016
Venue: Musina Local Municipality, 21 Irwin Street, Musina Civic Centre, Council Chamber
Stakeholders and members of the public are invited to attend.
District Wetlands Day Celebration commemorated in Musina
Created: Wednesday, 09 March 2016 12:45
From left to right: Cllrs Sewani Kaunda, Bigboy Ndou, Simon Madamalala (Chief Whip) and Marubini Mugivhi of LEDET captured at the site of the Musina Nancefield wetland area during the Vhembe District Wetland Celebration Day.
“Despite the valuable services provided by wetlands, it has been found that they are the most threatened ecosystems globally. It is estimated that in South Africa alone we have lost an estimated 50% of wetlands through unwise and poor land management.” These were the words of Cllr. Sewani Kaunda of Musina Municipality while he was officially opening the Wetlands Day Celebration at Musina.
Mayor urges community members to register on housing list
Created: Wednesday, 09 March 2016 12:41
Musina Mayor, Cllr. Mihloti Muhlope has urged qualifying local community members to register on the housing list during the Mayoral Imbizo held at Renaissance School Sports Ground.
Musina Mayor, Cllr. Mihloti Muhlope has urged qualifying local community members to register themselves on the housing list after the municipality’s urban area was allocated 1 000 houses by the Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs (CoGHSTA). Muhlope was addressing hundreds of jubilant community members during the Mayoral Imbizo that was held at Renaissance School Sports Ground, in Ward 5 of Musina Municipality.
Musina Municipality late employee, Mr. Sarel Sibanda (59) was described as a person who was dedicated to his work until his last day on earth. Having worked for the municipality for more than 20 years, Sibanda died after falling ill. He was a Service Worker attached to the Corporate Services Department.
Construction of the R320 million Musina Mall starts
Created: Friday, 26 February 2016 20:21
Groundwork preparation has already started at the construction site of the R320 million Musina Mall
The lives of several unemployed community members of Musina are poised to change for the better. This follows the start of the construction of a new multimillion rand Musina Mall in the fast growing economic border town. The sod-turning ceremony, in celebration of the new development was attended by municipal officials, business people and developers.
Lerato Sidiela (left) and Sandra Munzhelele have completed their degrees with the help of the Musina Municipality Mayoral Bursary Scheme
Two more young students, Lerato Sidiela (21) and Sandra Munzhelele (23) from Musina successfully completed their tertiary qualifications from the University of Limpopo after being funded by the municipality’s Mayoral Bursary Scheme. Sediela completed a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting degree whereas Munzhelele graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Community Water Services.
A team of health workers and volunteers photographed with some of the male condoms before distribution at the Beitbridge Border Post
More than 100 000 male condoms were distributed by a team of health workers and volunteers during the Condom and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Week which was staged in Musina residential areas and the Beitbridge Border Post. The theme of this year’s event, which is commemorated annually is “I am responsible for my sexual and productive health.”
MEC Jerry Ndou (sixth from right) and Mayor Mihloti Muhlope (seventh from right) captured with traditional leaders shortly after the meeting.
The MEC for Public Works, Mr. Jerry Ndou and Musina Mayor, Cllr. Mihloti Muhlope met traditional leaders who fall under the jurisdiction of Musina Municipality. The meeting, which is part of the continuous engagement with communities and stakeholders to consolidate the idea of inclusive governance within the municipality, was held at Madimbo municipal offices.
Construction work in progress at the site of the new Musina Municipality Traffic Client Centre.
Nndili Motsoko (32) is now able to put some food on the table for his family. This is because he is one of the local community members who have been offered job opportunities at the construction site of the Musina Municipality Traffic Client Centre.
De Beers Venetia Mine reaches out to people living with disabilities
Created: Thursday, 04 February 2016 15:05
From left to right: Senior Corporate Affairs Officer for Community Development at Venetia Mine Cynthia Khoali, Constance Fynn, Cellyne Khoza (both from SANABP), Venetia Mine Corporate Affairs Manager Josephine Pieters, Bernard Makhubele, Humbulani Munyai and Mbangiseni Dzakani (both from SANABP). They were photographed with some of the donated equipment from Venetia Mine.
Mayor Mihloti Muhlope addresses Makushu Primary School learners during the back to school campaign
As part of monitoring schools within the Musina municipal area, Mayor Mihloti Muhlope and her councilors visited several primary and secondary schools. The campaign is aimed at assessing the readiness of local schools and the environment in which the education of the learners is taking place. The initiative is also aimed at encouraging learners and educators to start their lessons with enthusiasm and to motivate learners to study hard.
Workers at the site of the pedestrian road paving project in Musina Nancefield
The long awaited construction of the R3,1m pedestrian road paving project is in progress in Musina Nancefield. Financed by Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) through Vele Colliery, the project will upon completion facilitate the smooth running of traffic and also lower the number of road accidents in the border town.