18 March 2018


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Mahikeng Provincial Hospital needs urgent improvements –Mahumapelo

Intervention in Mahikeng Provincial Hospital is long overdue. So says Bokone Bophirima Premier, Supra Mahumapelo, after visiting the hospital this week. 
The Premier has acknowledged that urgent intervention is needed to improve the conditions of health care equipment and services at the Mahikeng Provincial Hospital.
Speaking to hospital management during his participation on the Roma Nna Setsokotsane Cleaning and Environment Activism Campaign held on Tuesday at the hospital, Mahumapelo said several things need urgent attention that can assist the hospital to continue providing quality health care to the people of  the province.
“I must say during my walkabout in the hospital I was not happy about some of the things I have seen such as machines that are not working, delaying services which...read more

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SASSA beneficiaries assured of timeous grants payments

The South African Social Services Agency (SASSA) has assured grant recipients that they will all receive their monies on time for the month of April as expected. 

In order to speak directly to the grant recipients, SASSA has been visiting deep rural villages where information dissemination could be a ...read more

FEED’s Letlhogile wins Silver at National Batho Pele Awards

It’s no secret, Bokone Bophirima counts amongst the best of the best in the country.

After bagging awards at departmental and provincial inaugural OR Tambo Public Service Excellence awards, Gordon Letlhogile, a Senior Manager for Strategic Management at the department of Finance, Economy and Enterpri...read more

Lehari urges parents to take part in SGB elections

MEC for Education and Sport Development in Bokone Bophirima, Sello Lehari, has called on parents and legal guardians of all learners in the province to participate in the School Governing Body (SGB) elections. 

The SGB elections - the third largest elections in the country after the general and local ...read more

ARNSA calls on South Africans to mark Anti-Racism Week

The Anti-Racism Network South Africa (ARNSA) calls on the country’s citizens to pledge to #RootOutRacism by marking Anti-Racism Week that started on the 14th and would end on the 21st of March.
Anti-Racism Week is held annually in South Africa during Human Rights Month. It culminates...read more

Government official confesses to leaking state information

Bokone Bophirima Provincial Government has sent a strong warning to government officials who leak confidential state information, instead of encouraging people to use legal means to obtain such information.
Eight officials from the Department of Finance, Economy and Enterprise Development (FEED) were subjecte...read more

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Bokone Bophirima prepares for an action-packed adventure weekend 

Adventure seekers of all ages will flock to the ATKV Buffelspoort on Saturday 2nd  June 2018 and Sunday 3rd June 2018 to take on the 16th annual FNB Magalies Monster MTB Classic and the 6th annual FNB Platinum Trail Run respectively.

The FNB Magalies Monster MTB Classic caters for all mountain bikers....read more

Charity cyclists do it for children

The Table Bay at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront once again welcomed the Sun City to Table Bay Charity Cycle Tour cyclists as they concluded their 16th tour from Bokone Bophirima province to Cape Town. 

During their challenging 1,749 kilometer journey, the cyclists made stops in Polokwane, Klerksdo...read more

Village economy development a priority for the fifth administration 

As part of ensuring economic activities in the disadvantaged rural areas of Bokone Bophirima province, Roma Nna Setsokotsane 10x10 Campaigns gave a special focus to Lotlhakane Village under Barolong Boo Rapulana Tribal Authority this week, with government officials implementing the third Campaign - VTSD Entrepreneur...read more

Mochware encourages dikgosi to tap on their wisdom to solve conflicts

MEC for Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs, Ontlametse Mochware, has
called on dikgosi to preserve the integrity of their institution and desist
from frequenting courts of law.
The MEC was speaking during her series of meetings with dikgosi and
other members of the House of Traditional...read more

CATA delivers more bakkies for traditional leaders

Following the delivery of the first fleet of four-wheel- drive bakkies
to traditional leaders at Tshidilamolomo in the Ngaka Modiri
Molema District late last year, the Department of Culture, Arts and
Traditional Affairs (Cata) has delivered over 16 more such vehicles
to dikgosi in...read more