Two Countries Marathon 2016
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Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 29(2) of the Local Government: Municipal Structures Act, 1998, that the First Council Meeting (Inaugural) of the MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY will be held at the Civic Centre, 21 Irwin Street, Musina on
Date: Thursday, 18 August 2016
Venue: Council Chambers, Civic Centre, Irwinstreet, Musina
Members of the public are invited to attend.
Tel: 015 – 534 6100 JM MATSHIVHA
Fax: 086 517 0049 Municipal Manager
Notice number 36/2016
Kindly take note that the President of the Republic of South Africa has on the 23 June 2016 declared through proclamation number 45 of 2016 as published in Government Gazzette No: 40125 declared the third day of August 2016 as a public holiday.
Notice is hereby given that in the light of the above declaration municipal offices will be closed on Wednesday 03 August 2016 and will reopen on Thursday 04 August 2016,
Emmanuel Zigashane (25) fled his country, the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2008 and came to South Africa. “I lost most of my family members because of the civil wars and terrorists attacks. That is why I decided to run away from my beloved country to seek refuge here in South Africa. I will never go back home and I’m happy that the South African government has given me a refugee status. ”
Steven Mkhatshani is a Grade 3 learner at Makushu Primary School in Musina. He comes from a less privileged family and at times is a victim of the harsh cold winter weather. All this is now a thing of the past because Steven is one of 39 learners from three local primary schools who received school uniforms from former learners who are now employed in various sectors around Musina.
Beauty Nemapakoni is one of the approximately 800 jubilant community members of Tanda village which falls under Ward 1 of Musina. This is because the village has benefited from the fully equipped borehole which was donated by Phalaphala FM and M-Shandukani Foundation. The handing over took place at the borehole site.
Thousands of fun lovers flooded the Musina showgrounds to enjoy the three days Musina Annual Show extravaganza which include exhibitions, career guidance, demonstration by the army, merry go rounds, poetry, theatre, music festivals, musangwe (traditional boxing), wrestling and traditional dances.
Hundreds of community members in the Maroi farming area braved the cold weather to engage their elected political leadership and representatives of sector departments during the Musina Mayoral Imbizo which took place at Maroi School soccer field. The Maroi farming area falls under Ward 2 of Musina Municipality.
Matswale Construction recently handed over a newly built completed tourism centre to Musina Municipality. This comes after the council of the municipality resolved that the old office site had to be vacated to make way for business as Musina prepares to become a city in the near future. The arrangement was that the developers would carry all the costs related to the relocation of the centre. The new office is situated next to the N1 road just after the off-ramp to Bergview.
Traditional leaders within the Musina municipal area expressed their gratitude to Mayor Mihloti Muhlope for engaging them when the municipality take important decisions in relation to service delivery. This came to light during the quarterly Mayor-Traditional Leaders Forum meeting which was held at Domboni village, near Madimbo.
During the previous financial years, excellent work has been done in areas such as provision of water, sanitation, refuse removal, housing and electricity. This was said by the Mayor of Musina, Cllr. Mihloti Muhlope when she delivered her State of the Municipality Address (2016 / 2017 Budget Speech) at the New Nancefield Community Hall.
Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 21(1) of the Municipal Systems Act, 2000 Act 32 of 2000 that the Final IDP 2016-17-2021 copies or extracts will be available for Public inspection from 27 May 2016 to 15 June 2016 during normal office hours at the following places:
Download Application Form here
Thirty unemployed learners were welcomed in different units of Musina Municipality for workplace experiential learning after they completed their theoretical classes on municipal finance and administration. The programme is part of the Local Government Sector Education Training Authority (LGSETA) to empower unemployed community members either to be employable or to create their own jobs.
As part of preparations for Musina town to become a city in the near future, the Economic Development and Planning Department of the municipality spearheaded the review of Musina Municipality Local Economic Development (LED) strategy. Local stakeholders which include business, government departments, ward committees, youth formations, faith organizations and interested community members were part of the deliberations that took place at Musina showground.