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Womens Month: Female officers set up, run roadblock

Lepelle-Nkumpi Local Municipality female traffic officers, in conjunction with its female law enforcement and traffic officers from Capricorn District, set up a massive "all-women" roadblock on Lebowakgomo Hospital road near specon water plant in celebration of Women's Month.

The initiative, an annual event, saw more than 40 female officers conduct searches on vehicles, engage with road users, provide safety tips, and hand out pamphlets and stationery.

According to Superintendent Queen Mogotlane of Lepelle-Nkumpi, female officers from the Capricorn District took part in the initiative, which w


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Minister of Environmental Affairs officially launched and handed over 5 asbestos - free classrooms at Sealane Primary School and a road at Mafefe

The Minister of Environmental Affairs, Dr. Edna Molewa has officially opened and handed over 5 asbestos-free classrooms at Sealane Primary School and an 8 kilometre asbestos-free road at Mafefe village.

The projects are part of the Department of Environmental Affairs’ (DEA) efforts to eliminate exposure of communities to asbestos fibres. It is also an awareness raising initiative that aims to educate communities about the dangers of being exposed to asbestos. Scientific research has proved that

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Lepelle-Nkumpi Joins the Province at Sekutupu Old Age Home for Mandela Day

Mayor, Cllr Nakedi Sibanda-Kekana joined the Acting premier Ishmael Kgetjepe of Limpopo, MEC for Social Development Mapula Mokaba-Phukwane and Capricorn District Municipality Cllr John Mpe in dedicating Mandela Day by devoting 67 minutes by painting the guard house, administration block and cleaning the yard for the senior citizens at Sekutupu Old Age Home, Zebediela.
The municipality participated in the 67 minutes by identifying two old people in the area of Lepelle-Nkumpi who are celebrating their centenaries
Mandela Day is celebrated on 18 July throughout the world where thou