Newsletter October 2014
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Musina Local Municipality notes the following error on the vacancy for Driver (2 Position) published in the edition of Gazette of Friday 26 September 2014 as well as municipal website and notice boards. Please note that the published advertisement erroneously specified the post level applicable to the advertised position of Drivers (2 Positions) as a post level 9 and a salary level R 152 387.95 p/a. This serves to amend / correct the Post Level applicable to a position of Drivers (2 Positions) to a Post Level 11 and a salary R 130 045.92 p/a.
Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 12(3) (b) of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act No. 32 of 2000) that the Musina Local Municipality intends to publish for public comments and adoption the following proposed draft By-laws.
Please note new vacancies here
The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA), the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism (LEDET) and Musina Municipality organized a youth empowerment session that was recently held at Nancefield Community Hall.
Just like in many countries in the world, the youth of South Africa are faced with the challenge of unemployment. Unemployment is a major concern to the youth in almost all areas in South Africa, irrespective of whether they are urban dwellers or villagers.
Musina Boxing Club has proved to be a force to be reckoned with in the amateur boxing championship recently held in Malamulele. The club was crowned the overall champions of the tournament. They came home with glittering medals and trophies.
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.
Representatives from different stakeholders converged at Musina Municipal boardroom on to officially launch the Musina Municipality Disaster Management Advisory Forum.
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.
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.
Please note that this tender notice have been replaced by a new one. Kindly download the latest version here
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