Musina Municipality gets recognition for improved financial management
Created: Thursday, 28 August 2014 06:09
In a positive move, the Municipal Finance and Admin Working Group of the South African Local Government Association (SALGA) in Limpopo presented Musina Municipality with a special trophy for improvement in the field of financial management. The award ceremony was part of the Provincial Executive Committee Lekgotla that was held in Bela Bela.
Malale community hall was filled to capacity when delegates from the Department of Health, Musina Municipality, Mutale Municipality and Rambuda Yoyal Council light up candles to commemorate people who passed away as a result of HIV and Aids.
Nancefield community hall was filled to capacity as people living with disabilities were sharing information with different government departments about issues which affect them on daily basis. The function also served as a platform through which local people living with disabilities elected new members for Musina Disability Forum.
Musina Municipality strengthen relationship with traditional leaders
Created: Saturday, 09 August 2014 14:52
As part of strengthening relationship with stakeholders, the Mayor of Musina, Cllr. Mihloti Ramoyada paid visits to senior traditional leaders whose villages fall under Musina Municipality. Ramoyada and her councilors visited Rammbuda, Mananzhe and Mutele Royal Houses.
Despite their painful experience, it was all smiles as members of the Chauke family whose house was destroyed by fire received food, blankets and building material from the Mayor of Musina, Cllr. Mihloti Ramoyada. The Chauke family’s house of Musina Skoonplaas mysteriously caught fire.
Hundreds of excited community members from Ward 5 of Musina Municipality converged at Renaissance High School ground to listen to Musina Mayor Mihloti Ramoyada as she continues her drive of strengthening the relationship with the communities she serves.
The Executive Mayor of Vhembe District Municipality, Cllr. Tshitereke Matibe described the late Traffic Manager of Musina Municipality, Muvhango Daniel Nembambula as a fearless fighter who dedicated his life to the development of his community until his last day on earth.
Technical Manager retires after 23 years of loyal service
Created: Monday, 07 July 2014 08:12
The Mayor of Musina Municipality, Cllr. Mihloti Ramoyada, thanked the former Technical Manager of the municipality, Jakkie Du Toit (64) who retired at the end of June after serving the institution for 23 years.
Millions of people who died of Aids related illnesses around the world were remembered during the Aids, Sexual Transmitted Infections and TB Awareness Campaign that was held at the Hayoma Farm near Tshipise Aventura in the Musina municipal area.
Villagers in Madimbo used to hold their meetings at the headman’s home and under trees. Access to basic services was one of the many challenges they faced. As part of celebrating 20 years of democracy, they now have something to smile about.