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16 days of activism and spend wisely awareness campaign

A special visit to the Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality by the Acting Premier of the KwaZulu Natal Province, MEC Nomsa Dube who is the MEC for Economic Development Tourism and Environmental Affairs in the province.

The 25th of November every year is set as a day in which MEC champions in their respective districts launches the 16 days of Activism for no violence against women and children. This programme was intertwined with a spend wisely campaign targeting consumers to refrain from a rushRead More

Municipality Hosts Local Women’s Dialogue

On the 18 of September 2019, the Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality together with Department of Arts and Culture convened a stakeholder’s engagement in a form of a dialogue to dissect women related matters.

This follows the series of gender based violence that broke out in South Africa. The Inkosi Langalibalele local municipality together with Department of art and Culture condemns any form of violence against women and children and to do this in style.Read More

Municipality Welcomes a New Councillor

Inkosi Langalibalele Municipality swore in new Councillor Kabelo Ashly Nthekiso of the Aljamah Party as a Partial Representative Councillor on Thursday 29 August 2019.

Councillor Kabelo Ashly Nthekiso took his vows to serve the community without fear or favour, and to carry out the mandate of Council in line with the ideals of the municipality Mr Kabelo Ashly Nthekiso was sworn in during the council meeting at the municipality’s council chambers.Read More

Municipality warns job seekers of scam

The Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality would like to warn local Job seekers about the current scam that has been inviting job seekers to an interview at the Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality in which applicants had to call ‘Mr Thamsanqa Sithole’ has come to our attention.

A man by the name of Mr. Thamsanqa Sithole who is not known to the Municipality is fraudulently posing as a Municipality Director, or may also present himself as director Read More

Final Budget Tabled for Municipality

Mayor Jabulile Mbele tabled her final Annual Budget to council at Inkosi Langalibalele Municipality, held at council chambers in Wembezi on March 30.

Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality has submitted the Draft Annual Budget to the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Treasury and National Treasury, and it has been taken to the communities for consultation. This process of public consultation has given the municipality an opportunity to engage with stakeholders and receive feedback. Read More

Opening of Amahlubi Community Service Centre

KZN MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Nomusa Dube-Ncube today officially opened the R16-million Amahlubi Community Service Centre in the Inkosi Langalibalele local municipality.

Today’s opening ceremony is a significant milestone in the lives of the Bhekuzulu residents and the surrounding communities as they now no longer need to travel long distances – as far as Ladysmith and Estcourt – to access government services.

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Inaugural 10km run lures youngsters

Sport is a way to make friends, have fun, get fit and stay out of trouble and it seems the organisers of the first ever uMtshezi/Wembezi 10km run were surprised by the youth’s enthusiasm.

The future is bright for young athletes from Harry Gwala District Municipality in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN). The youngsters recently showed off their skills at the inaugural uMtshezi/Wembezi 10km challenge. The race drew a strong field of top class athletes in both the men’s and women’s categories. Read More