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Mahikeng to get its international status

Written by Zandre. Posted in Latest News

MAHIKENG MAIL – MAHIKENG : The long wait for Mahikeng Airport to get its international licence back will soon be over, thanks to new efforts by transport minister Joe Maswanganyi and his administration. The Minister broke the news when he visited the airport operating from the provincial capital city this week.

To read the full story, go to our 1 September 2017 issue

MEC Gaolaolwe leads ‘MUNI-MEC’ road show in Bojanala

Written by MafikengMail. Posted in Latest News

MAHIKENG MAIL- MAHIKENG: Newly appointed Members of Mayoral Committees responsible for community  services in various municipalities should be empowered to deal with disasters that may strike their communities at any given time,  Acting MEC for Social images/stories/images/2017/25aug2017/PICMUNI-B1.jpgDevelopment Fenny Gaolaolwe said when addressing a two-day meeting with members of the committees in Rustenburg recently. 

To read the full story, go to our 25 August 2017 issue

NEW MEC tackles service delivery

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MAHIKENG MAIL – MAHIKENG: Staff at the Social Development department are hopeful that the newly appointed MEC, Hoffman Galeng would lead the department to greater heights of service delivery given his political and administrative experience. 

To read the full story, go to our 25 August 2017 issue

Matlosana Mayor and Speaker in hot water

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MAHIKENG MAIL – MATLOSANA: The North West Legislature’ Standing Committee on Provincial Public Accounts (SCOPA) has served summons to the Mayor Cllr, Maetu Kgaile and Speaker, Washington Ntozini of Matlosana Local Municipality for failure to appear before the Committee to account for the mayor’s vehicle accident that occurred on November 8 last year in Gauteng.

To read the full story, go to our 25 August 2017 issue

Refrain from sugar daddies, Bogopane-Zulu warns

Written by Zandre. Posted in Latest News

MAHIKENG MAIL – MAHIKENG: Girls should not waste their time with sugar daddies who have already reached the end of their lives and are about to die, Social Development Deputy Minister Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu warned learners at the Promosa secondary school during a substance abuse awareness campaign held in the area.

To read the full story, go to our 18 August 2017 issue

 

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