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POSTPONEMENT OF ORDINARY COUNCIL MEETING: 19 JANUARY 2017
Created: Wednesday, 18 January 2017 18:11
Notice is hereby given in terms of section 19 of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act 32 of 2000), as amended, that the ordinary Council meeting originally scheduled for Thursday, 19 January 2017 at 16:00 has been postponed and rescheduled for Wednesday, 25 January 2017 at 14:00 and the meeting will be held in the Council Chamber, 21 Irwin Street, Musina.
All interested members of the public are invited to attend the meeting. Should you require further clarity please contact the Speaker of the Council on 015 543-6100 or fax 015 086 517 0049, during office hours 07:00 – 16:00 from Monday to Friday.
18 January 2017
CLLR A.G. NETSHISAULU
SPEAKER OF THE COUNCIL
Statement On Concerns Relating To Old RDP Houses
Created: Wednesday, 11 January 2017 07:35
We are aware of some few individuals who raised concerns over their old RDP houses dating back to 1996. We hereby give assurance that all concerns have been addressed individually and accordingly.
All future concerns, if any, should be directed to the municipal housing unit.
Issued by : Wilson Dzebu – Communications Manager Tel : 015 534 6132 Cell : 083 457 2187 Fax : 086 600 4091 Email :
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Musina Annual Arts Festival
Created: Thursday, 15 December 2016 11:48
Office hours December 2016
Created: Monday, 12 December 2016 14:44
Kindly take note of following office hours for Musina Local Municipality for December 2016 & January 2017 which will be as follows.
Take note that for any other working day in December 2016 and January 2016 not listed above, normal working hours of 07:00 to 16:00 will apply. You are advised to make purchases and payments for municipal services prior to the public holidays or closing times.
Royal welcome for Musina delegation
Created: Thursday, 01 December 2016 08:07
Thovhele Hanyani Tshikundamalema (seated middle) flanked by Mayor Mihloti Muhlope and council Speaker Gilbert Netshisaulu. Standing from left to right are Cllrs Titus Netshipale, Rabelani Gadabeni and Lufuno Mudau from the Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs
A delegation from Musina Municipality received a royal welcome from senior traditional leader, Thovhele Hanyani Tshikundamalema at Ha-Tshikundamalema. Led by Mayor Mihloti Mhlope, the delegation also included council speaker, Gilbert Netshisaulu, councilors Titus Netshipale and Rabelani Gadabeni.
A community member raises a point during the IDP representative forum meeting at Madimbo community hall
Musina Municipality, under the recently inaugurated new council, held its first Integrated Development Plan (IDP) representative forum meeting at Madimbo community hall. Following the new demarcations by the Municipal Demarcation Board, Musina Municipality now has 24 councilors and 12 wards. This was the perfect platform to explain to traditional leaders, ward committee members, government departments and community structures how the IDP process will unfold.
Successful AIDS awareness campaign at Beitbridge Border Post
Created: Thursday, 01 December 2016 08:01
Musina Mayor, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope (left) undergoes health checks during the World Aids Day event at the Beitbridge Border Post
Hundreds of local community members and cross border travelers underwent health checks for various diseases during the World Aids Day celebration held at the Beitbridge Border Post.
More than 5 000 male condoms were also distributed by a team of health workers and volunteers during the event. The highest number of condoms were distributed to truck drivers, hawkers, taxi drivers and sex workers.
Mayor Mihloti Muhlope (right) and the portfolio head of Local Economic Development and Technical Services in Musina Municipality, Cllr Jeremiah Khunwana (left) captured with Thovhele William Mutele
“You know my honorable Mayor, the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom. I will not be able to rule my people wisely if I don’t get my instructions from God. He is the only one who will be able to guide me to take wise decisions that will benefit my community. That is why I have decided to get baptized next week. No one will stand between me and my God as I’m now a changed man of God.”
The newly elected executive committee of Musina Youth Council. They are: Seated from left to right: Charles Vhengani (treasurer), Edward Nkhata (deputy chairperson), Dominic Nkwana (chairperson), Shadi Phiri (deputy secretary) and Rembuluwani Gadabeni (secretary). Standing from left to right are: Lufuno Mamphodo, Portia Mufeba, Tshifhiwa Kwinda, Agreement Baloyi and Aluwani Mphigalale (additional members).
The councilor responsible for special programmes in Musina Municipality, Rabelani Gadabeni said the youth of Musina will now have a platform to raise and resolve issues that concerns them. Gadabeni was addressing delegates during the launch of South African Youth Council, Musina branch, at Sand River Resort, outside Musina.
Municipality strengthens relationship with traditional leaders
Created: Thursday, 10 November 2016 06:42
Musina Mayor, Cllr. Mihloti Muhlope (third from right), Thovhele Mmbangiseni Elon Mananzhe (third from left) and the portfolio head of Local Economic Development and Technical Services, Cllr Jeremia Khunwana (left) captured with members of the Manenzhe Traditional Council.
Members of the Manenzhe Traditional Council expressed happiness following the recent visit by Musina Mayor, Cllr. Mihloti Muhlope. This is the first official visit to the area following the incorporation of Ha-Manenzhe into Musina Municipality after the disestablishment of Mutale.
Muhlope was accompanied by the portfolio head of Local Economic Development and Technical Services, Cllr Jeremia Khunwana. She is in a mission to visit traditional councils that are falling under Musina after the new boundaries effected by the Municipal Demarcation Board. The purpose of the visit is to discuss issues pertaining to service delivery.
Mayor calls for indigent learners to apply for municipal bursaries
Created: Thursday, 10 November 2016 06:38
Mayor Mihloti Muhlope captured with Lerato Sidiela (left) and Sandra Munzhelele who completed their qualifications with the help of Musina Municipality Mayoral bursary. Muhlope is calling prospective students to apply for financial assistance for the 2017 academic year
Musina Municipality has increased its funding for students from indigent families. The municipality is currently financing twelve students who are furthering their studies in higher institutions of learning at a cost of R1,2 million.
It is against this background that the Mayor of Musina, Cllr. Mihloti Muhlope is calling prospective indigent students to apply for the mayoral bursary for 2017 intake. The students include those who are currently in Grade 12 and those who have already passed their Grade 12. The municipality has put aside a total amount of R1,3 million.
Public Notice_ Postponement of Ordinary Council Meeting of 24 November 2016
Created: Tuesday, 08 November 2016 12:36
Notice is hereby given in terms of section 19 of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act 32 of 2000), as amended, that the ordinary Council meeting originally scheduled for Thursday, 24 November 2016 at 16:00 has been postponed until Tuesday, 13 December 2016 at 14:00 and the meeting will be held in the Council Chamber, 21 Irwin Street, Musina.
Municipality leadership interacts with Masisi community members
Created: Wednesday, 26 October 2016 12:48
Local community members converged in large numbers to interact with Musina Municipality leadership at Masisi taxi rank
The portfolio head responsible for Local Economic Development and Technical Services in Musina Municipality, Cllr Jeremiah Khunwana said the service delivery issues raised by the communities of Ward 12 will be given priority as per the Integrated Plan of the municipality. Khunwana was addressing hundreds of community members during the mayoral imbizo held at Masisi taxi rank. He was representing Mayor Mihloti Muhlope who could not make it to the event due to other official engagements.
A house beneficiary, Annah Mushai Baloyi (77) was happy to see Musina Mayor, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope visiting her.
Annah Mushai Baloyi (77) cried uncontrollably in front of Musina Mayor, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope because she was overwhelmed with joy for being one of the beneficiaries of the housing project in Musina. This was during the mayor’s visit to Baloyi’s newly acquired house in Musina.