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GO LOMA MORULA EVENT

Lepelle-Nkumpi Municipality held its first official celebration of the First Fruit Season 2019, to honour the cultural heritage of the Marula in Mafefe Traditional Authority. GO LOMA MORULA is celebrated with the aim of promoting knowledge and awareness about the African Tradition of the cultural heritage associated with fruit of Africa to promote the tourism potential and economic development with regard to Marula.

The event was celebrated through cultural dances and drinking of Morula beverage that was prepared by the women of Moshate wa Mmafefe. Marula is the "food of kings and ancestors," The main objective


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Introduction of Mayor to Traditional Leaders

The Mayor of Lepelle-Nkumpi, Cllr Maria Ramokolo was introduced to the traditional leaders who are directly elected to serve in Lepelle-Nkumpi Municipal Council in terms of section 81 (2)(a) of the local government municipal structures Act, 1998 (Act 117 of 1998). The names of the Magoshi have been published in the provincial gazette to serve in the proceedings of the municipal council for the period of five years which is linked to term of office of the current leadership. The composition of the traditional leaders as per the schedule 6 of the Act is as follows:

Moshate wa Kekana, Mafefe, Ga-Mathabatha, Mp

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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