Public Notice_ Postponement of Ordinary Council Meeting of 18 January 2018_

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, 18 January 2018 at 14:00 has been postponed and rescheduled for Thursday, 25 January 2018 at 10:00 and the meeting will be held in the Council Chamber, 21 Irwin Street, Musina.

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Notice 11 Land Availability Agreement2

Musina Local Municipality hereby invites Developers to submit proposal for Development of the below tabled land parcels. The successful developers is expected to submit a proposal indicating proposed development and purchase price for the property.

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Office hours for Musina Local Municipality for December 2017 & January 2018

Kindly take note of following office hours for Musina Local Municipality for December 2017 & January 2018 which will be as follows.

All Musina Local Municipality Municipal Offices   
All Municipal Offices and Service Points        15 December 2017 07:00 – 13:00
16 December 2017 Public Holiday
18-21 December 2017 07:00 – 16:00(Cashiers, Traffic & Licensing 15:00)
22 December 2017 07:00 – 13:00
25 and 26 December 2017 Closed – Public Holiday
27-28 December 2017 07:00 – 16:00 (Cashiers, Traffic & Licensing 15:00)
29 December 2017 07:00 – 13:00
01 January 2017 Closed – Public Holiday

Take note that for any other working day in December 2017 and January 2018 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.

Job Vacancies November 2017

The Municipality invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill newly advertised vacant positions within its establishment.

The Municipality is an equal opportunity and affirmative Action Employer.

Persons designated in terms of applicable legislations as Historically Disadvantaged South Africans as well as people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

Dictionaries for South African and Zimbabwean schools

Musina Mayor, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope receives copies of Tshivenda dictionaries from the Executive Director and Editor-in-chief of the Univen Tshivenda National Lexicography Unit, Dr Shumani TshikotaMusina Mayor, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope receives copies of Tshivenda dictionaries from the Executive Director and Editor-in-chief of the Univen Tshivenda National Lexicography Unit, Dr Shumani Tshikota

The Tshivenda National Lexicography Unit of the University of Venda (Univen), working together with the Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB), has distributed single and bilingual Tshivenda/English dictionaries to more than 150 schools in South Africa and Zimbabwe. This was revealed by the Executive Director and Editor-in-chief of the Univen Tshivenda National Lexicography Unit, Dr Shumani Tshikota.

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Frans Baloyi retires

Frans Baloyi (65) captured with his retirement cake during his farewell functionFrans Baloyi (65) captured with his retirement cake during his farewell function

“This is a very big day to me. I am happy and sad at the same time. I am happy because I have ran my race with dignity and it is now time to rest while playing with my grandchildren. I’m sad as I will miss Musina Municipality because it was my second home.” These were the words of Mr Frans Baloyi (65) who served the Musina Municipality with distinction for the past eleven years.

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Stakeholders confirm vision, mission and values of the municipality

Some of the representatives of the stakeholders who attended the IDP meeting at Madimbo Community HallSome of the representatives of the stakeholders who attended the IDP meeting at Madimbo Community Hall

The vision, mission and values of Musina Municipality are still relevant in advancing the objective of becoming a city in the near future. This was confirmed by representatives of stakeholders from all 12 wards during the recent Integrated Development Plan (IDP) Representative Forum meetings. The first meeting was held at Madimbo Community Hall and another one at Nancefield municipal offices.  Communities in all wards were earlier given opportunities to scrutinize the vision, mission and values of the municipality and it was during these meetings that they gave a positive report back.

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Villagers welcomes Batho Pele celebrations

Mayor Mihloti Muhlope addresses community members during the Batho Pele celebrations at Ha-MuteleMayor Mihloti Muhlope addresses community members during the Batho Pele celebrations at Ha-Mutele

Local villagers commended Musina Municipality for bringing services closer to the people during the Batho Pele celebrations held at Ha-Mutele soccer ground, outside Masisi. The area falls under ward 12 of Musina Local Municipality.

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Computer donation for Musina FM

The Director of Messina Legal Advice Office (MLAO) Jacob Matakanye (right) hands over the computer screen to Musina Community Radio Station Manager, Selinah Phiri. Also in the photo are Robert Ramphabana (Technical Manager), Sharon Matamela (Programmes Manager) and Lerato Mamahlodi (administrator).The Director of Messina Legal Advice Office (MLAO) Jacob Matakanye (right) hands over the computer screen to Musina Community Radio Station Manager, Selinah Phiri. Also in the photo are Robert Ramphabana (Technical Manager), Sharon Matamela (Programmes Manager) and Lerato Mamahlodi (administrator).

Local community members and stakeholders have the responsibility of supporting community media houses because they don’t have enough funds to sustain themselves. This was said by Jacob Matakanye, the Director of Messina Legal Advice Office (MLAO) when handing over a desktop computer to the management of Musina Community Radio.

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Generation of Destiny organizes successful career guidance session

Some of the learners who attended the career guidanceSome of the learners who attended the career guidance

A local NGO, Generation of Destiny, recently teamed up with De Beers Venetia Mine and Musina Local Municipality in organising a career guidance for Grade 12 learners at the Musina New Nancefield Community Hall. Learners who graced the occasion came from Musina, Eric Louw and Renaissance high schools.  They were motivated by representatives from the University of Limpopo, Vuwa College of Safety, government departments and the University of Venda.

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Successful stray animals campaign at Masisi

Mayor Mihloti Muhlope and Council Speaker, Gilbert Netshisaulu fit reflective belts to mules during the stray animals campaign at Masisi taxi rankMayor Mihloti Muhlope and Council Speaker, Gilbert Netshisaulu fit reflective belts to mules during the stray animals campaign at Masisi taxi rank

“The donkey is one of the most special animals created by God. This is because Jesus Christ used it as a mode of transport when he went to heal hundreds of sick people and to perform miracles in Jerusalem. I cannot understand why certain community members abuse a special animal like a donkey.” These were the words of the Mayor of Musina, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope when addressing livestock farmers during the stray animals campaign at Masisi taxi rank.   The mayor also handed over reflective belts and jackets to the livestock farmers.

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Mayor calls for 2018 bursary applications

Mayor Mihloti Muhlope calls upon applications for the 2018 mayoral bursary intake.   Mayor Mihloti Muhlope calls upon applications for the 2018 mayoral bursary intake.

Musina Mayor, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope says she is proud that the municipal mayoral bursary has produced nine graduates over the past three years. She said this while announcing the opening of applications for the 2018 Musina Mayoral Bursary intake. Muhlope said the municipality has put aside R1,3 million to assist deserving students from indigent families.

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Lillian puts Musina on the continental map

Colleagues from Musina Municipality congratulate Lillian Muleya after she won the 10km race in MpumalangaColleagues from Musina Municipality congratulate Lillian Muleya after she won the 10km race in Mpumalanga

A prolific athlete and employee of Musina Municipality, Lillian Muleya has put her municipality on the continental map after taking the first position in a 10km race during the Southern Africa Inter-Municipal Sports Association (SAIMSA) marathon in Middelburg, Mpumalanga. Lillian was competing with fellow municipal employees from various municipalities in South Africa, Zambia, Swaziland and Namibia.

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MAYORS BURSARY APPLICATION FORMS 2018

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Municipal leadership interacts with villagers

Some of the community members who attended the mayoral imbizo. Some of the community members who attended the mayoral imbizo.

Ordinary community members from deep rural villages had the opportunity to personally interact with the Mayor of Musina, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope, her councillors and the management team of Musina Municipality. This was during the mayoral imbizo at Mphephu Youth Centre (Tshipise Tsha Sagole). The area is one of those inherited from the former Mutale and it now falls under ward 10 of Musina Municipality. The main aim of the gathering was to give a report on service delivery and get constructive inputs from stakeholders and community members.

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Older Person’s Parliament to be launched

MEC Phophi Ramathuba addresses senior citizens during the International Day for Older Persons at new Nancefield Community hall.   MEC Phophi Ramathuba addresses senior citizens during the International Day for Older Persons at new Nancefield Community hall.

The MEC for Health, Dr Phophi Ramathuba said government will soon launch the Older Person’s Parliament to deal with issues affecting senior citizens. She was addressing hundreds of senior citizens during the International Day for Older Persons at new Nancefield Community hall.

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Mayor hosts religious and political leaders

Captured after the religious devotion at Musina showground are from left to right: Zimbabwean Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Davis Marapira, Bishop Nehemia Mutendi, Musina Mayor Mihloti Muhlope and the Minster of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi.Captured after the religious devotion at Musina showground are from left to right: Zimbabwean Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Davis Marapira, Bishop Nehemia Mutendi, Musina Mayor Mihloti Muhlope and the Minster of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi.

The Mayor of Musina, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope hosted the Bishop of one of the biggest churches in Zimbabwe Dr Nehemiah Mutendi, the Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, the Zimbabwean Deputy Minister of Agriculture Davis Marapira and thousands of worshippers at Musina Showground. 

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Postponement Of Ordinary Council Meeting: 28 September 2017

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, 28 September 2017 at 14:00, in the Council Chamber, 21 Irwin Street, Musina has been postponed and it will be rescheduled again.  

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.

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