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Once a woman at Mmabana Studio 1

Written by MafikengMail. Posted in Community

MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: Once a woman is a piece of theatre storytelling excellence that combines the elements of music, dance, singing and acting that will take a theatre enthusiast on a roller-coaster ride of emotions. 

To read the full story, read our 20 April 2018 issue.

Food parcels donated

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Community

The inaugural ceremony of the 1st Council of the South Africa Chinese Community, Police Co-operation Centre,  Mahikeng General Chamber of Commerce and the South African Overseas Chinese Merchants Association Mahikeng was launched at Mmabatho Palms hotel recently with the stakeholders donating food parcels to the needy communities of Mafikeng. Financial Economy and Enterprise Development (FEED) MEC, Wendy Nelson said the Department was responsible for checking or inspecting the businesses and to ensure compliance  all the time. Each and every citizen doing business shall do it within the framework of the country.

EED reaches out to Mareetsane communities

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Community

MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: The Human Rights month activities through the Department of Economy and Enterprise Development and Liquor Regulation Unit embarked on a social responsibility campaign to raise awareness on adverse effects of alcohol and liquor traders to give back to its communities at Mareetsane village recently.

To read the full story, read our 06 April 2018 issue.

 

Victoria Hospital poised for exciting make-over

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Community

MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: The Clinix Health Group (CHG) Partner’s Dinner was held on March 20  at the Mmabatho Palms, led by the Deputy Group Chief Executive Officer of the CHG, Dr Dumani Kula who provided business update to the invited stakeholders; specialists, general practitioners and allied services professionals.

To read the full story, read our 30 March 2018 issue.

 

Kgalelelo mobilises school to fight cancer

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Community

Sol Plaatje Secondary School in Unit 6 in Mmabatho, donated  R7900 to CANSA to  help  cancer suffering patients in the community of Mahikeng recently. This was an idea  initiated by kgalalelo Seabo, a Grade 11 learner in the school who was pictured with Deputy Principal Sebe and Elliot Tlo after the recent donation they made to CANSA. 

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