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DAY 8 OF THE STRIKE THAT IS ONGOING BY SAMWU MEMBERS

16 MAY 2024

The members of the South African Municipal workers union within the Rustenburg local municipality are involved in an ongoing strike against the municipality. The members say that the workers are being payed according to a grade 5 salary scale, while the Rustenburg local municipality is a grade 7 scale municipality.

So far there have been negotiations between SAMWU and the executive mayor and other officials as a result they had negotiated to grade 6 salary scale as the Rustenburg local municipality is said to be officially a grade 6 scale municipality according to reports by SALGA.

Full time SAMWU Shop Steward, Bushy Mafora said the workers demands include retrospective payment from 2017 to present, also for all employees to be remunerated on the basis of equal grading, as there are apparently 3 different grading scales within the municipality. Tuesday 15 May 2024 marks 8 days since the strike began and the executive mayor could not be reached as she was locked in another meeting.

Report by Mpho Loate & Helene-Rose Chaibva

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BAAGI BA KWA MAHKENG BA PAREGA DITSELA MO MESONG

06 MAY 2024

Mokomishenarawa sepodisi wa porofense eno ya Bokone Bophirima, Lieutenant General Sello Kwena o kgadile ka bogale go ribologa ga ditiragali tsa tiriso dikgoka mo phatlalatseng kwa Mahikeng.


Go ya ka kitso e e amogetsweng, setlhopha sa baagi se ne se paregile ditsela di le mmalwa tseo di akaretsang tselafefo ya N18 kwa motseng wa Makhubung le R503 kwa Denvillego sale gale mo mosong wa letsatsi la gompieno.
Dipego di supile fa setlhopa sa batho ba ba sa itsiweng ba ne ba tshuba bese llori e e tsamaisang dithoto, kwa extention 39 le Motshiwa stad.
Dikolo le tsone di kgoreletsegile ka ntlha ya fa setlhopha sa batho ba ba santseng ba tla supiwa, se ne sa gapeletsa bana go tswa kwa dikolong segolo bogolo kwa tikologong ya Montshiwa.
Ga Jaana Maemo kwa Mafikeng a ka fa tlase ga taolo jaaka batlhankela ba sepodisi le ba pharakano ba tsweletse Pele gk dira ka thata go netefatsa fa go na le tolamo kwa tulong eo.

 

Tlhabane Neighborhood watch held a Community meeting on Wednesday 17 April 2024, at Iteko Special School in Tlhabane.

20 April 2024

Tlhabane Neighborhood watch held a Community meeting on Wednesday 17 April 2024, at Iteko Special School in Tlhabane.

The aim of the meeting was to remind the community about importance working hand in hand with government structures in fighting crime in the community.

The meeting that was graced by the presence of representatives from SAPS, CPF and officials from the department of Social Development, started was attended by members of the community from different wards in Tlhabane, including Ward 9 & 10. While the attendance was not as satisfactory as it could have been, Community members were given an opportunity to raise their concerns regarding high crime levels in the country.

A community member who had been a victim of crime detailed how a known criminal broke into her house at night and was found in possession of stolen goods from her house, the woman said she woke her son up to confront the intruder. According to her, a scuffle between her son and the intruder, however, the intruder managed to escape.

A member of the SAPS present in the meeting, bemoaned the non-reporting of criminal cases by affected community members, as the police can only investigate the cases that have been reported by the community.

Representatives from the Department of Social Development indicated that the department has measures in place to assist members of the community who need assistance, such as drug rehabilitation services for those seeking to be free from the stranglehold of drugs, a problem which has been identified as one of the driving factors of high crime levels in the community.

Mr Karel Mogopodi, who is a member of the Neighborhood watch and also chaired the meeting, encouraged the community to protect each other and user the necessary tools available to them to alert other Community members when crime is taking place in the community. He also encouraged every household to have a whistle which can be blown to alert Community members.

The community was warned against incidents of mob justice, as the police are investigating a recent incident where Community members allegedly took the into their own hands and a suspected criminal lost his life following an assault by members of the community.

REPORT AND IMAGE:  MPHO LOATE

Meiyara wa Rustenburg Sheila Mabale Huma o tlhotse a neelana ka tshedimosetso ya seemo sa thebolelo ya ditirelo mo mmasepaleng wa Rustenburg

11 APRIL 2024

Meiyara wa Rustenburg Sheila Mabale Huma o tlhotse a neelana ka tshedimosetso ya seemo sa thebolelo ya ditirelo mo mmasepaleng wa Rustenburg. Ditirelo tseo meiyara a buileng ka tsone gareng ga tse dingwe di akaretsa thebolelo ya metsi, motlakase, kgelelo leswe, ditsela le tshireletsego ya baagi ka go samagana le bosinyi mo mmasepaleng. Mabale Huma a re Rustenburg e godile go ya ka fa dipalopalong tsa baagi ba ba nnang mo kgaolong eno ya Rustenburg.

Ntlha kgolo eo meiyara a neng a e ama ke ntla ya kgoreletsego ya tlamelo ya metsi mo mmasepaleng. A re mmasepala o na le batlamedi ba ditirelo ba le bararo, mme ka boraro jwa bone ba ka fa tlase ga kgatelelo e kgolo mo ntlheng ya go tlamela ka metsi. Meiyara a re ba amogetse tsiboso go tswa go yo mongwe wa batlamedi ba ditirelo e leng Magalies water. A re magalies water e kaile fa e na le bothata jwa peipi e e thubedileng mme seno e le sone lebaka la gore go nne le kgoreletsego ya tlhaelo ya metsi. Meiyara a re bothata jwa metsi ka dinako dingwe bo bakwa ke batho ba ba ikgokelelang metsi go se ka fa molaong.

A re go na le bao ba rekisang metsi a mmasepala mme ka dinako dingwe ba na le go tswalela dipeipi tsa metsi gore baagi ba se amogele metsi.Re sa le foo mmasepala wa re o etse tlhoko ntlha ya go elela ga kgelelo leswe mo dikarolong dingwe tsa mmasepala mme mmasepala o tsaya dikgato go samagana le ntlha eno. Mmasepala wa re o thapile rrakonteraka go thusa ka bothata jono kwa karolong ya Lethabong le gore gona le badiri ba mmasepala o ba reboletseng go dira nako e e feteletseng go samaganae ntlha eno.

Meiyara o kaile mo letsatsing la gompieno gore baagi ba ba tlamelwang ke mmasepala ka motlakase, ga ba itemogele kgaogo epe e e rulagantsweng ya motlakase ntle fela bao ba tlamelwang ka motlakase go tswa ka tlhamalalo kwa Eskom. A re kgoreletsego e e etleng e nne teng ya motlakase e bakwa ke baagi bao ba ikgokelelang motlakase go se ka fa molaong le bao ba utswang dingwe tsa ditlhagiswa tsa motlakase.

Le fa go ntse jalo meiyara a re ba na le tekanyetsokabo e e rileng go baakanya dingwe tsa thoto ya mmasepala. Mmeiyara a re le fa go ntse jalo ba tlile go lebelela thata ntlha ya tlamelo ya metsi ka go netefatsa fa go nna le dipaakanyo. Meiyara a re maloko a baagi a ka thusa mmasepala ka go ka go duelela ditirelo tsa bone.

REPORT AND IMGAGE: OBAKENG MOLUSUANE

SARS COLLECTS R2.155 TRILLION FOR 2023/24 FINANCIAL YEAR

03 APRIL 2024

The South Africqn Revenue Service has collected R2.155 trillion in the 2023/24 financial year, exceeding its target despite a struggling economy.

Refund payments to South Africans amounted to a net revenue of R1.741 which is an increase of 8.6% .

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DITSHWANELO TSA BAGODI GA DI TLHOMPHIWE MO PROFENSENG

26 March 2024

Jaaka go ne go ketekiwa letsatsi la ditshwanelo tsa botho mo bekeng e e fitileng ka la 21 la kgwedi eno ya Mopitlwe bangwe mo porofenseng eno ya Bokone Bophirima ba re badumela gore ditshwanelo tsa bagodi di itlhokomologilwe.

Bateng Chima wa legae la bagodi la Otshepeng kwa motseng wa Tlaseng, a re ga go supe fa Puso e kgathalela bagodi. A re o tlhokometse bagodi ba ba ka fitlhang go 32 ntle le letseno lepe fa e se madi a kotlo a bone bagodi bao. Chima a re puso e lebetse gotlhelele ka bagodi mo porofenseng.

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SOME INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING DEREGISTERED BY HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

26 March 2024

Thousands of students have been left confused after the department of Higher Education took the decision to deregister Damelin, Lyceum colleges and City Varsity.

According to the department , the institutions failed to submit Annual Financial statements for the year 2021 and 2022 and failed to comply with legal requirements.

SA Union of Students spokesperson Asive Dlanjwa also said it was in the best interest of students to deregister the institutions.

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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY SPEAKER CORRUPTION ALLEGATIONS

22 March 2024

The South African National Assembly speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula’s johannesburg home was raided by the National Prosecuting Authority’s investigating directorate on 19 March 2024.

This follows allegations of corruption. It is alleged that she received millions of Rands in cash as bribes when she was the Minister of Defence.

Following the allegations she took special leave to protect the integrity of parliament.

On the morning of 22 March 2024 Mapisa-Nqakula handed herself to the police and was expected to appear before the Commercial Crimes court in Pretoria.

The National Assembly speaker has also launched an urgent court interdict to prevent her arrest.

The Democratic Alliance has since submitted a motion of no confidence against the speaker and reportedly wish that she be removed from parliament.

According to parliament Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula remains on special leave as investigations into corruption allegations against her continue.

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SIU PROBES ISSUEING OF PERMITS

19 March 2024

The Special Investigative Unit was recently asked by the Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi to probe the issueing of residence permits.

This comes after the CFO of the Northwest development cooperation Kudakwashe Mpofu resigned from his position after it was discovered that he was using fraudulent residence permit.

The department of Economic development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism in the Northwest in a media statement issued on 17 March 2024 confirmed Mpofu’s resignation with immediate effect.

According to the Home Affairs Minister, he believes had the Northwest development cooperation contacted his department to verify the citizenship of its CFO ,he wouldn’t have been appointed.

The SIU is investigating the matter.

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PRESIDENT'S KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT THE HUMAN RIGHTS CONFERENCE

19 March 2024

President Cyril Ramaphosa gave a keynote address on 18 March 2024 at the Human Rights Conference as South Africa continues to celebrate 30 years of democracy.

Highlights of the president’s address;

“We can be proud of how far we have come in advancing Human rights.
South Africa is now revered as a country that upholds Human rights.
Corruption deprives citizens of the fulfillment of their rights.
Much more still needs to be done to fulfill the promise of the full enjoyment of the basic rights of our people.
Our progress continues to be hindered by delays and lack of diligence on the part of government entities in fulfilling their constitutional obligations.
The creation of employment for our people and promoting the rights that are enshrined in the constitution are necessary to improve lives and lift millions out of poverty and dispare.
The South Africa of today is vastly different from the place it was 30 years ago. The fundamental freedoms that were denied to so many , are enjoyed by many South Africans today.
We have expanded access to basic services and education, improved our nation’s health outcomes and provided opportunities where there were none.”

President Ramaphosa also applauded efforts by the chief Justice Raymond Zondo and courts in the country to advance the health outcomes or positions of South African when it comes to HIV and AIDS and the distribution of medicine.

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POROGRAMA YA GO ITLHAGANEDISA THEBOLELO YA DITITRELO, THUNTSA LEROLE E NE E TSHWARETSWE KWA TLHABANE

15 March 2024

Porograma ya Thuntsa lerole eo e neng e eteletsweng pele ke motlatsa moporesidente wa naga Paul Mashatile, e ne tsweletse pele kwa Tlhabane stadium fa e sale mo mosong wa letsatsi la labotlhano  15 Mopitlwe 2024. Ditiragalo tsa letsasti di simolote kwa Seraleng jaaka go ne go rebolwa sekolo potlana sa Seraleng semmuso. Morago ga moo motlatsa Moporesidente a etela kwa Tlhabane community health Centre, mme o ne a solofetswe go etela porojeke ya metsi le kgelelo leswe kwa boitekong moragonyana ka labotlhano. Mafapha a a farologaneng a puso ga mmogo le dikgebo, a ne kokoane kwa Tlhabane stadium gona kwa tirelong ya porograma ya thuntsha lerole e neng e tshwaretswe gone, go rebolela baagi dingwe tsa ditirelo go akaretsa le go neelana ka tshedimosetso go baagi.

 

Gareng ga bao eneng ele karolo ya programa eno, ene ele baemedi basekolo sa Reoleboge Special School gotswa kwa Moruleng. Bone ba ne ba tlile go bapatsa dingwe tsa dilwana tseo di tlhagisitsweng ke baithuti ba sekolo seno sa baithuti ba ba nang le ditlhokwa tse di kgethegileng (Learners with special needs).

 

Mongwe wa barutabana ebong  Rre Boitumelo Motlhamme o tlhalositse fa ba itemogela dikgwetlho di le dintsi jaaka go se bonolo gore bana ba ba nang le ditlhokwa tse di kgethegileng ba sa amogelwe sentle mo loagong, mme o ne a ka rata fa motlatsa mopresidente a ne a ka lemosa batho gore bana ba amogelwe mo sechabeng.

POLICE REFUTE ALLEGED EXISTENCE OF PUPPIES WITH HUMAN FEATURES

13 March 2024

South African Police Service (SAPS) management in the Province have noted with concern a post doing the rounds on social media platforms regarding the alleged existence of puppies with human features, found in Zinniaville near Rustenburg.

According to the post, it is alleged that a gardener discovered a dog with puppies bearing human features of which the landlord is said to be responsible.

We would like to state that no such incident was reported to the police in Tlhabane.

The post is false and misleading. Members of the community are once more requested to refrain from circulating unverified information as this causes an unnecessary frenzy.

CRIME IN THE NORTHWEST

12 MARCH 2024

CRIME IN THE NORTHWEST

Community members gathered at Kebonang Secondary School in Mahikeng on 11 March 2024.

They were calling for justice following the alleged rape of a grade 6 girl learner at Thuto Botshelo Primary School by four boys during the previous week.

Officials from the provincial department of education met with the school management and the parents of the grade 6 learner.

Community members barricaded Roads and burnt tires in outrage as they believe that the incident was not being taken seriously. They have continued to call for Justice to be done.

ELECTIONS 2024 UPDATE

12 MARCH 2024

ELECTIONS 2024 UPDATE

The independent electoral commission on 11 March 2024 briefed on the latest developments regarding the upcoming elections.

According to the chief electoral officer Sy Mamabolo, this year’s voters roll is the highest since the dawn of democracy with a record increase in the number of registered voters of 9.6 million since the 1999 general elections.

The growth in number of people who registered to vote during elections in previous years is as follows,

During the 1999 elections 18.1 million people.
During the 2004 elections 20.6 million.
During 2009 elections 23.1 million.
During the 2014 elections 25.3 million.
During 2019 elections 26.7 million.
This year 2024 records 27.7 million.

There was an increase of representation of people with ages between 18 to 39 years.
The age band accounts for 42% of the voters roll.
Of the 27.7 million voters over 55%(15 million) are women.

Furthermore the IEC has dismissed one of its officials following the leak of two political parties candidates lists.

The leak affected the ANC and newly -formed uMkhonto we Sizwe political party just hours after their submissions to the IEC on the 8th March 2024.

Investigations led to one of the commissions own being implemented in the leaking of the candidates leaks. Investigations into the inquiry continue.

The voters roll is expected to be certified on 12 March 2024.

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ELECTRICITY MINISTER TO DISCUSS PROGRESS ON ENERGY ACTION PLAN

07 MARCH 2024

Minister in the Presidency responsible for Electricity , Dr Kgosientsho Ramokgopa will be discussing progress of the Energy Action Plan.

The country has been experiencing extended periods of rolling blackouts with Eskom implenting stage 2 loadshedding during the day and upgrading to stage 4  loadsheding at 20:00 from Wednesday 06 March 2024. Power utility Eskom said on Wednesday, that load shedding was escalated to stage 4 after suffering delays in returning units back to service.

For more on the Energy Action Plan, tune in to your local community radio station, including Bojanala FM, on Thursday 07 March 2024, 18:00 as he discusses the government’s plan to deal with the electricity crisis in the Country.

You can also stream the discussion live on www.bojanalafm.co.za

RUSTENBURG EXECUTIVE MAYOR UPDATES ON WATER

06 MARCH 2024

The Rustenburg local municipality has continued to urge and encourage community members to use water sparingly.

This comes as some communities in various parts of the city including, Tlhabane have been experiencing water shortages.

The Rustenburg local municipality executive mayor Sheila-Mabale Huma on 5 March 2024 gave an update on water affairs in the city.
According to a media release by the local municipality, it is supplied by 2 bulk water supply boards “Rand water and Magalies water”.

Both water schemes are reported to be currently understrain due to reduced water supply. Rand water one of the water supply schemes was under strain due to the affected dedicated transformer supplying power to the Rand water Eikenhof pump station, after one of the isolators linked to City power Gauteng experienced a flash on Monday night 4 March 2024, which resulted in failure on the feeder board at Eikenof substation.

The affected Rand water Eikenof pump station dedicates supply to Rustenburg through the Barnardsvlei system which has left Rustenburg without any supply coming in from the Rand water scheme. The supply scheme has also been experiencing power cuts since the 2nd of March 2024 which has resulted in a drastic reduction of supply.

The municipality further mentioned that City power had indicated that repairs at Eikenof pump station are estimated to be completed at 6pm on 5 of March 2024

Furthermore the Magalies water supply from Vaalkop scheme has been experiencing water interruptions due to a raw water pump failure experienced on the 3rd of March 2024 at the Vaalkop water treatment plant.
Magalies water has dispatched the pump for assessment and repairs and no timeline as to when this would be done was provided .

 

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Kgotlatshelelo kgolo ya africa borwa mo bokone bophirima ka kwa kgotlatshekelo ya sedika ya Ga rankuwa e atolositse kgetse ya polao kgatlanong le babelaelwa ba le bararo

06 MARCH 2024

Kgotlatshelele kgolo ya africa borwa mo bokone bophirima ka kwa kgotlatshekelo ya sedika ya Ga rankuwa e atolositse kgetse ya polao kgatlanong le Arthur khoza wa dingwaga di le lesome le borobongwe, Matlhatsi Nkuna wa dingwaga di le somamabedi le bongwe le Thato Mosetla wa dingwaga di le somamabedi le bobedi go kgwedi ya mopitlwe e tlhola malatsi a le supa go ka neelana ka katlholo.

Boraro jono bo tshwerwe morago ga dipatlisiso tse di tseneletseng tsa sepodisi tse di ba golagantseng le go bolawa ga Sam Mbatha wa dingwaga di le somamabedi le bone. Setopo sa ga Mbatha se fitlhetswe se shele mo gare ga sejanaga kwa lebaleng la metshameko kwa karolong ya Ikageng ka kgwedi ya ferikgong mo ngwageng wa ketepedi somamabedi le bongwe.

 

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POLICE OPERATIONS CONTINUE TO YIELD POSITIVE RESULTS

05 MARCH 2024

Operation “Shanela” has continued to be implemented across the Northwest province and more arrests of suspects for numerous crimes have been made.

According to police reports, during the period Monday 26 February 2024 to Sunday 3 March 2024, 1154 suspects were apprehended.

58 drug related arrests.
31 arrests for illegal dealings in liquor.
17 arrests for driving under the influence of liquor.
8 arrests for illegal possession of firearms and ammunition.
37 arrests for burglaries.
53arrests for malicious damage to property.
67 suspected undocumented persons were handed over to the department of home affairs for further processing.

Furthermore arrests were also made in relation to Serious and Violent crimes.
10 arrests for murder.
193 for assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm(GBH).
111 arrests for Common assault.
9 arrests for rape.

293 suspects who were wanted on numerous charges were also arrested through Detective wanted suspect raids.

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MINISTER NZIMANDE MET WITH THE FAMILIES OF THE TWO UJ STUDENTS WHO GOT CAUGHT IN THE CROSS FIRE, DURING A SHOOTING INCIDENT IN BRAAMFONTEIN, ON 29 FEBRUARY, 2024

DATE: 4 MARCH, 2024

Earlier today, the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, Prof Blade Nzimande, met with the families of David Nxumalo and Dimpho Mosia.Nxumalo and Mosia are both students at the University of Johannesburg (UJ).They were unfortunately, caught in the cross fire of a shooting incident, last week Thursday, in Braamfontein. Unfortunately, Nxumalo didn’t make it and Mosia is recovering in hospital. The Minister first met the Nxumalo family. In this meeting, the Minister conveyed his condolences and reaffirmed the Department’s support to the family.

After this meeting, the Minister proceeded to the Charlotte Maxeke Hospital to visit Dimpho Mosia and meet with his family. In his meeting with the Mosia family, the Minister offered the family words of encouragement. At the end of both meetings, the Minister addressed the media. In his address to the media, the Minister expressed his sadness at what happened to both students.

He commended the University of Johannesburg for its swift reaction and support to the family. The Minister also reaffirmed the Department’s commitment to supporting the families, through the University and the Department’s entity, Higher Health SA. The Minister was supported by the Vice Chancellor of UJ, Prof Letlhokwa Mpedi, the DDG: University Branch, Dr Marcia Socikwa and other senior officials from the Department and the University.

Enquiries:

Veli Mbele: 064 615 0644*

*ISSUED BY THE MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION, SCIENCE, AND INNOVATION*

SAPS ANNOUNCES CRITICAL SENIOR APPOINTMENTS

04 March 2024

SGB ELECTION MONTH

04 MARCH 2024

The Northwest department of education is encouraging parents and guardians to participate in the Student Governing Body elections.
The elections are running until the 31st of March at all public schools.

The department has emphasized that normally schools that are doing well academically are led by effective and efficient School Governing Bodies and has therefore urged parents to elect people who will prioritize the interests of learners.

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FUND OPEN DOORS TO EMERGING FARMERS

03 MARCH 2024

Gauteng emerging farmers in the priority areas of poultry, piggery, grains, vegetables, red meat, cannabis, aquaculture, rabbit, bee farming and agri-processing are invited to apply for funding as part of the Gauteng Department of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment’s efforts to grow the agricultural sector, create jobs and alleviate poverty in the province. The Comprehensive Agricultural Support programme (CASP) which closes this week Friday (March 08), is informed by the Department’s elevated priority focus to maintain sustainable food security in the province.

“We are making a call to the historically disadvantaged and the vulnerable groups: our women, youth and people living with disabilities to apply for the farmer support grant and become part of our relentless fight against food insecurity.” Gauteng MEC for Social Development, Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment, Mbali Hlophe said.According to Hlophe, the farmer support programme is aimed at providing Small Medium and Micro Enterprise farmers with much needed boost towards their farming establishments.

The relief programme is building on its previous successes which has seen an average of 250 beneficiaries per annum empowered into the mainstream economy since its establishment in 2004. The annual subsidy is available to groups and individuals as a once-off intervention so that the Department can cover a wider spectrum of beneficiaries for reasonable impact. To remain transparent, the process takes place under the microscope of an independent evaluation and adjudication panel.The panel consists of professionals from fields including economists, animal scientists, crop scientists, engineers and food scientists.

Potential beneficiaries need to meet the following conditional requirements to apply:

• Application form signed and dated
• Registered business on the farmers register
• South African Certified ID (not more than three months)
• Valid confirmation of land tenure/ownership such as tittle deeds, permission to occupy land and/or minimum five years lease agreement.
• Already farming
• Farming operation’s ability to create permanent or seasonal jobs
• In cases where the Environment Impact Assessment certificate is required, such evidence must be provided.

Once all these have been met, applications may be emailed to:GDARDFARMERSUPPORT@gauteng.gov.za.

Prospective applicants can obtain forms from the following satellite offices:

Gauteng Department Of Agriculture And Rural Development Regional Offices & Nature Reserves

Regional Details:

Germiston Regional Office:
247 President Street, Ms Dorcas Motloung 083 312 4693


Vereeniging Regional Office:
36 Merriman Street, Ms Makgukgudi Monrontse 010 345 1230, 066 489 1696

Temba Animal Clinic:
Stand 16 Stellenbosch, Jubilee Road, Mr Melvin Francis 072 781 7006

Bronkhorstsprut:
55 Market Street Ms Jeanette Ramathoka 072 768 5585

ENDS-
Issued by the Gauteng Department of Agriculture, Rural Development and
Environment. 

For Media Enquiries, Members of the Media May contact Mr. Themba Gadebe, Office of the MEC of Gauteng
Department of Social Development, Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment on 081 522 6616.

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HEAD ON COLLISION CLAIMS 4 LIVES

01 MARCH 2024

At least four people have died and three survived from a head on collision on the N4 outside Zeerust.According to the preliminary investigation, a private vehicle which was traveling from Zeerust collided with a mini bus taxi that was traveling in the opposite direction, both vehicles caught fire on collision.

Three other occupants, one critical, have been taken Zeerust Hospital.The North West Department of Community Safety and Transport Management MEC Sello Lehari sends messages of condolences to the families of the deceased and wishes speedy recovery to the injured.

He appeals to all motorists, to continue to obey the rules of the roads at all times, take breaks during long trips and inspect vehicles for roadworthiness before taking journeys.

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