26 May 2018


THE OFFICIAL BOKONE BOPHIRIMA GOVERNMENT NEWSPAPER

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Recommit to a better Bokone Bophirima – Premier

Premier Supra Mahumapelo has urged Bokone Bophirima communities to continue embracing and fostering an agenda of rebranding, repositioning and renewal (RRR) of the province. 

He said this agenda – which is also meant to achieve a provincial government that works together with communities to impr...read more


Church leaders to pray for Bokone Bophirima  

The situation might seem to have returned to normal in Mahikeng and other parts of Bokone Bophirima province, but a prayer for repentance and peace is needed. So says Mahikeng Ministers Fellowship (MMF).
 
Chairperson of MMF - an inter-denominational fellowship of church leaders - Senior Pastor Mo...read more


Workers demand dignity on May Day  

Workers in Bokone Bophirima have appealed to government to stop using labour brokers, do away with privatization and employ those in Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) permanently.
 
These are some of the demands in a memorandum delivered on Workers Day at Mahikeng Rugby Stadium. Also known as...read more


ANC refutes claims it wants Mahumapelo recalled

The National Working Committee (NWC) of the ANC refuted media reports that it has recommended that Bokone Bophirima Premier, Supra Mahumapelo, be recalled. 
The NWC - a constitutional structure of the ANC mandated with the day-to-day running of the organization - met in Cape Town on Wednesday. 
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Ramaphosa explains “inadequate” national minimum wage 

 

President Cyril Ramaphosa has used his Freedom Day and Workers’ Day speeches to assure workers that the South African government cares about their wellbeing and will work with them towards achieving a living wage for all. 

The President, himself a former unionist, said governmen...read more


Ramaphosa explains “inadequate” national minimum wage 

President Cyril Ramaphosa has used his Freedom Day and Workers’ Day speeches to assure workers that the South African government cares about their wellbeing and will work with them towards achieving a living wage for all. 

The President, himself a former unionist, said government has made import...read more


Mahumapelo to promote peace and stability in the province

Premier Supra Mahumapelo has committed to promoting peace and stability through the government’s Reconciliation, Healing and Renewal programme (RHR), working together with traditional leaders, various churches and other religious organizations in Bokone Bophirima province.

Addressing members of the m...read more


Traditional leaders promote healthy lifestyle

In a bid to promote a healthy lifestyle among their communities, about 20 traditional leaders from around Bokone Bophirima province took part in 
a fun walk and exercise sessions in Mahikeng. 

The traditional leaders were in the provincial capital for the first sitting of the North West Ho...read more


South Africa needs educated citizens – Deputy Minister Nel

 

Hard work, commitment and dedication have paid off for the Community Work Programme
(CWP) participants who recently graduated with Grade R Teachers
Diploma from the North West University’s
Potchefstroom campus.
Out of a total of 25 participants registered with the N...read more