North West Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs (Cata) MEC Mme Ontlametse Mochware took time out this week and visited the elderly in the community of Dipudi in Ganyesa. During her interactive session with them, she discussed the importance of the preservation of Arts, Culture and Traditional Affairs in communities. She encouraged the elderly to continue to teach the youth about indigenous culture. Mme Mochware also gave away to her audience food parcels, blankets, walking sticks and man’s hats. This was the MEC’s latest outreach drive, having previously visited communities in Tosca and Boskuil. She is pictured here with members of the community in Dipudi, and with pensioner and community builder Maleho Jan Masiga.
MAHIKENG MAIL – MAHIKENG: The North West MEC for Social Development, Fenny Gaolaolwe has urged mothers and communities to care and nurture children in the window of their first 1 000 days, which helps ensure they get the best start to life and the opportunity to reach their full potential .
To read the full story, read our 01 February 2019 issue.
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Pastor Jerry Kgabi and Idah Kgabi from Jesus Christ Tabernacle of All Nations has in the past weeks made donation of clothing in various villages of Mahikeng. They lend a helping hand to the less fortunate members of the communities of Shiela, Verdwaal and Rooigoond. The members to community shared much appreciation from both the pastor for making an effort in changing their lives.
MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: Soroptimist International Mahikeng visited the Lifeline and Women’s Crisis Centre on December13 through extending their helping hand of sisterhood to women who temporarily stay at the centres.
To read the full story, read our 21 December 2018 issue.