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Joining #ActionAgainstPoverty

Every year on 18 July South Africans together with the global community honour late former president and international icon Nelson Mandela through celebration of Nelson Mandela International Day. The overarching objective of Nelson Mandela International Day is to inspire individuals to take action to help change the world for the better, and in doing so build a global movement for good.

The Nelson Mandela International Day campaign asks that individuals, groups and corporates pledge 67 minutes of their time on 18 July, and every day thereafter, to give back. It offers South


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Investment Attraction Summit inform development and an investor friendly environment

The 2016/17 Investment Attraction Summit is anticipated to serve as an excellent guideline to inform development and an investor friendly environment. Future activities will be focused engagements with potential investors, with inputs and recommendations of the summit expected to find expression in the reviewed Local Economic Development Strategy and the anticipated Tourism Plan for the Municipality.

The Summit attracted the following businesses and stakeholders: ABSA, Limpopo Economic Development Agency (LEDA), Mogodi

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11th Conference usher in new Ward Committees

The Local Government: Municipal Systems (Act 32 of 2000) makes provision for public participation in Municipal processes in terms of implementing and reviewing of Integrated Development Plan (IDP) and performance management monitoring.

On that note, Lepelle-Nkumpi held its 11th Ward Committee Conference over 2-days at Oasis Lodge in Mokopane to usher in the newly elected Ward Committees for the term 2016-2021. The aim of the conference was to strengthen and capacitate the Ward Committees for effective, efficient and quality service delivery through a

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Protecting children to move South Africa forward

Lepelle-Nkumpi Local Municipality in partnership with Limpopo Childline and SAVE the Children celebrated Child Protection Week at Dithabaneng Village Ga-Mphahlele under the theme "Let us all Protect Children to Move South Africa Forward", with the purpose was to raise awareness and educate society about children’s rights.

National Child Protection Week is observed in South Africa annually to raise awareness of the rights of children as articulated in the Children's Act of 2005. Reducing the high levels of violence against children is among South Africa’s m

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Department of Communications drives Digital Migration public awareness campaign in Lepelle-Nkumpi

South Africa has started with the process of migrating broadcasting signals from analogue to digital in line with the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) resolution.  The department of Communications embarked on a Digital Migration Public Awareness campaign at Motsane Sports Ground, Mafefe which was preceded households’ visits in Mametja and Magolela villages for inspection of set-top boxes already installed.

The entourage comprised Department of Communications Acting Director-General, M