17 February 2018


THE OFFICIAL BOKONE BOPHIRIMA GOVERNMENT NEWSPAPER

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CATA MEC supports Dr RSM learners with donations

MEC for Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs (Cata), Ontlametse
Mochware, recently visited five schools in Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati
District, as part of the Bokone Bophirima provincial government’s back to
school campaign.
She met learners, educators, parents, members of the Schoo...read more


Home ownership for low earning public servants within reach

Public servants who earn inadequate salaries to can afford to buy houses have been advised to apply for the Government Employees Housing Scheme (GEHS). 
The GEHS is an agency of the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) and assists government employees to access funding from SA Home Loan...read more


Add Hope donates R60 000 to a Rustenburg charity

Add Hope and KFC have donated R60 000 to the Kwena Mosadi Charity in Bobuantswa village in Phokeng outside Rustenburg to help fund the organisation’s feeding scheme.

Kwena Mosadi Community Centre is a community based non-profit organization that initiated a feeding scheme project from their premises ...read more


CDWs urged to work harder despite challenges in communities

Community Development Workers (CDWs) of Bokone Bophirima have been urged to continue serving the people whole heartedly, despite the challenges they experience in communities.
Speaking to Community Development Workers during the Provincial Consultative Engagement at Mocoseng Sundown Lodge in Mahikeng on Tuesd...read more


Cultural Village for Matloding community

Residents of Matloding Village in Ratlou Local Municipality will
soon have a cultural village, hoped to bring with it financial
empowerment benefits.
The Department of Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs (CATA),
has recently visited the local community as part of a departmental
o...read more