LNM DEMOLISH STRUCTURES ON ILLEGALLY OCCUPIED MUNICIPAL LAND ON THE REMAINDER OF FARM VOORSPOED
In an effort to implement Court orders against illegal land occupation, Lepelle-Nkumpi Local Municipality (LNM) today, 10 December 2020 demolished about 100 illegal structures on the remainder of Farm Voorspoed 458KS ("the land"), Lebowakgomo.
Lepelle-Nkumpi has already sold 110 sites on the land, wherein title deeds were issued to rightful owners.
The Municipality will tomorrow, 11 December continue with the demolition process, as it has obtained several court orders, two of which are demolition orders, wherein land invaders were ordered to refrai
MUNICIPALITY MEETS WITH INFORMAL TRADERS TO DISCUSS SUPPORT AND DEVELOPMENT
A meeting of informal traders in Lepelle-Nkumpi Local Municipality has given traders an opportunity to express their views on the impact of changes coming to the area that are likely to affect their business operations in the near future.
Among those present were the Mayor Cllr. Merriam Molala; Speaker Cllr. Phukuwe Ntsoane; Chief Whip Cllr. Tshwaledi Thobejane; LED, Planning and Housing Chairperson Cllr. Linah Mphahlele; Acting Municipal Manager Mr. Tebogo Gafane and Acting Executive Manager Planning and LED, Mr. Donald Maphoru, municipal officials together with the informal traders
INTRODUCTION OF ROAD CONTRACTOR TO TRADITIONAL LEADERS
Lepelle-Nkumpi Local Municipality Mayor, Cllr. Merriam Molala led a delegation which included ward 14 councillor and municipal officials to officially hand over the appointed contractor and consulting engineer of a 1km upgrading for Ga-Rakgoatha internal street and storm water phase 3 from gravel to tar project to traditional leaders.
The project will address community outcry on bad road as this was consistently raised by the residents of Ga-Rakgoatha during Integrated Development Plan (IDP) public participation meetings.
The Mayor highlighted the importance of bringing basic services to the peop