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Mayor Mihloti Muhlope addressing councilors, traditional leaders, members of the management team of Musina Municipality and representatives from sector departments during the municipality’s strategic planning meeting “The challenges of poverty, unemployment and inequality in our society are the basis through which our thinking should be centered as we undertake this strategic planning session.” These were the words of Musina Mayor, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope when addressing councilors, traditional leaders, members of the management team of Musina Municipality and representatives from sector departments during the municipality’s three-day strategic planning meeting.
Sanlam’s Key Account Specialist in Limpopo, Janine Smith said promoting healthy lifestyle, fostering active community involvement and creating a social platform for various stakeholders are key issues of their social responsibility plans.More than 500 girls from Tshikundamalema High School, outside Masisi received boxes of sanitary pads enough to supply them for the next six months from the MEC for Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs Mr Jerry Ndou and Musina Mayor, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope. The newly appointed General Manager of De Beers Venetia Mine, Gerrie Nortje (left) pictured with the Communications Manager of Musina Municipality Wilson Dzebu and the editor of the Limpopo Mirror, Wikus Lee (right) during the media breakfast session The newly appointed General Manager of De Beers Venetia Mine, Gerrie Nortje said he is committed to the continued development of the mine and the communities in which they operate.Nortje was addressing members of the media during the breakfast session which was recently held at Venetia Guesthouse in Musina.He is one of the 200 senior citizens whose 2018 Christmas came earlier than anticipated.This is simply because they recently received food hampers from De Beers Venetia Mine and Musina Municipality at Malale community hall. Twenty two (22) young people from Musina Municipality Ward 1 left for Bloemfontein last week as part of the National Rural Youth Service Corps (NARYSEC).