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The municipality covers an area of approximately 5 220km² and is mostly rural in nature, comprising 107 villages and two formal towns. of Mogwase and Madikwe. The N4 Corridor, which is the east-west bound road connecting Rustenburg and Pretoria, runs to the south of Moses Kotane Local Municipality. The R510 north-south bound road connects Moses Kotane Local Municipality to the north. The municipality is headed by Mayor Fetsang Mokati-Thebe who works with a nine member executive committee. They head the following portfolio committees: • Human Resources and Administration • Finance and Audit • Intergrated Development Planning and Performance Management Systems • Infrastructure • Community Services • Local Economic Development • Housing and Rural Development • Special Projects Mission • Providing responsive, transparent and accountable leadership • Creating an environment for business growth and job creation • Providing sustainable services
Department of Economic Development and Tourism (North West Province) is based in Mmabatho, South Africa. We operate in South Africa in the Government, Aid and International Bodies sector...
Department of Agriculture, Conservation, Environment and Rural Development (North West Province) is based in Mmabatho, South Africa. We operate in South Africa in the Government, Aid and International Bodies sector...
The Madibeng Local Municipality is located within North West Province and extends over an area of approximately 3 814km². The Madibeng Local Municipality consists of Brits Town, Hartbeespoort Town, Skeerpoort area, 9000 farm portions and 43 villages. The municipality is demarcated into 36 wards. The population of Madibeng is estimated by the 2011 population census to be 445 632. Madibeng is situated approximately 40km from Pretoria, 55km from Johannesburg and 50km from Rustenburg. Main industries The Madibeng municipal area is characterised by a diverse economy, including strong agriculture, mining, manufacturing and tourism sectors. Although these sectors already contribute a large percentage to the aggregate gross geographic product (GGP), they still have the ability and potential to induce and accommodate economic growth and development. Main resources The area is the world’s third-largest chrome producer and includes the richest platinum group metals reserve (situated on the Merensky Reef). Manufacturing is the dominant sector, with motor-industry-related activities predominant. Key development objectives and strategies To provide basic municipal services such as: • Water provision to be extended to all areas of the municipality • More resources to be allocated to areas with no access to water • The municipality will increase the number of households with access to waterborne sanitation • Provision of street lighting To upgrade (including capital infrastructure development) and maintain existing municipal services in accordance with set targets, standards and norms: • To develop multipurpose community centres • The municipality will identify areas without recreational facilities and facilitate the provision of these facilities • To maintain cemeteries to acceptable and affordable level To provide a risk-free, safe, clean and healthy environment to the community by: • Increasing HIV and Aids awareness in the community and municipal workplace by partnering with other stakeholders • Promoting integrated human settlement and land-use management in line with set targets, norms and standards • Acquisition of well-located state land, tribal authorities, parastatals and privately owned land for housing development • Enhance municipal capacity and capability regarding housing planning and delivery Local economic development To promote and support LED initiatives by: • Promoting of the economy of Madibeng through partnerships with the local community, business and other stakeholders, through the creation of public and private partnerships as well as through the development and support of small and medium enterprises Financial viability The municipality is enhancing and maintaining sound and sustainable financial management in line with set targets, norms and standards, in order to curb overexpenditure on operating budgets, to decrease outstanding debts and to improve revenue base in the municipality. Tourism Numerous tourism development zones have been identified within the Madibeng region: South-North Mixed Tourism Corridor The wider region also boasts a wide array of attractions such as Sun City, Pilanesberg, the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site, etc. This route entails linking up with the existing Magalies Meander route as well as the Cradle of Humankind in the south and luring tourists to the northern region where there is a great potential for cultural, nature-based and township tourism developments. Water based leisure and entertainment zone This zone is located in the southern region and includes the Magaliesberg, Witwaterberg Mountains, Hartbeespoort and Mooinooi areas. This zone receives a larger number of visitors than any other zone in the area. It is popular with day visitors and weekend breakaway visitors. The Hartbeespoort Dam/Magaliesberg complex with its water sports attractions, high-density recreation facilities, adventure activities and cultural experiences has become North West’s gateway for Gauteng visitors. Outdoor and bushveld zone This zone is located in the northern region, where most of the game farming, adventure, ecotourism and lodging is concentrated. It has the highest concentration of game farming and ‘bushveld’ type lodging facilities in the Bojanala region. This northern region is not yet tourism integrated and presents great potential to be the municipality’s adventure and ecotourism haven and tourism drawcard after the Hartbeespoort Dam.
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