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The Re-launch of the Safe and Clean City Campaign

The Rustenburg Local Municipality led by the executive Mayor Cllr Mpho Khunou had on Friday, 13th January 2017 successfully re-launched the Safe and Clean City Campaign whose objective was, inter alia, to raise awareness amongst the residents of Rustenburg, members of the public and the entire society about the safe and clean environment, and involve all communities in keeping Rustenburg clean.

This campaign has seen many successes especially as it relates to community safety, notwithstanding cleanliness of the city.

The Rustenburg Local Municipality to Re-launch the Safe and Clean City Campaign

The municipality will on Friday re-launch the Safe and Clean City Campaign whose objective is, inter alia, to raise awareness amongst the residents of Rustenburg, members of the public and the entire society about the safe and clean environment, and involve all communities in keeping Rustenburg clean.
theme of the Re-launch: Ithate tuu! (Which translates: “Please Love yourself”).

Members of the media are invited as follows:
Date: Friday, 13 January 2017
Time: 10H00
Venue: Tlhabane Community Hall

Issued by: Rustenburg Local Municipality.

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS

Operation of Municipal Offices: December 2016

Kindly be notified of the operation of the Municipal offices during December 2016 as follows:

Employees will only be granted time off from 12H00 on the 23rd December 2016, and from 12H00 on the 30th December 2016 respectively.

However, essential services will be rendered during the above period.

NB: The municipality will not be closing during the festive season except in Public Holidays.

Issued by: Communications Unit
                 Office of the Executive Mayor

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS

Water supply challenges

Residents are herewith kindly notified that the Rustenburg Local Municipality is currently experiencing water supply challenges since Friday, 2nd December 2016, to date, as a result of the disputes that arose between Magalies Water and Rand Water, our bulk water suppliers. This unfortunate situation has affected us (RLM) negatively, such that most of our reservoirs are standing empty as Magalies Water has imposed supply restrictions, thus reducing normal volumes of supply to us (RLM), subsequently resulting in no water supply for some communities.

The Setsokotsane Service Delivery Campaign in Rustenburg

 
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS
 
Kindly be notified of the Setsokotsane Service Delivery Campaign that has once again made its way into Rustenburg as it had since launched in the North West Province.
 
Setsokotsane is an inclusive radical interventionist program by the Premier of the North West province working together with all MECs as well as people in the province to respond to triple challenges of poverty, unemployment and inequality.
 

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS

Planned Electricity Outage in the R24 (Johannesburg Road) Area

Kindly be notified of the power outage that will be effected on Friday, 25th November 2016, from 09H00 to 16H00.

The outage is needed in order to connect and energise three (3) transformers for the newly installed lights on the R24. Consumers affected include areas along the Johannesburg road ranging from Dinnie Estates turn-off to Hunters Rest.

NB: All electrical points should be considered live, as electricity may be restored earlier than 16H00.

Issued by:  Communications Unit

Municipal leadership inauguration ends well at Dienie Estates

The municipal political leadership inauguration and hundred (100) program which started on 8 November 2016 and ended 16 November 2016, may be described in one word: “successful”. It was successful in the sense that residents flocked to venues in their hundreds if not thousands, to meet and greet their leaders with joy and happiness.

The campaign was mirrored on an outreach to communities introducing leadership of the municipality as well as thanking them for their participation in the October local government elections.

Lekgalong leadership inauguration and 100 hundred days a huge success

Residents of Wards 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 44 and 45 came in their thousands and filled the community sport grounds to capacity on Tuesday, the 15th November 2016 to listen to what their political leaders had to say to them as the whole Mayoral Committee, including Speaker of Council and Single Whip of Council, were being introduced to them and the first hundred days in office was being outlined.

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