Provincial government to continue to support the Schweizer-Reneke bereaved families

Schweizer Reneke: North West Provincial Government has committed to continue to support the bereaved in Schweizer-Reneke through available social programmes. The pronouncement was made by MEC for Social Development Boitumelo Moiloa who addressed a mass funeral of people who died in a horrific road accident, on behalf of North West Premier, Kaobitsa Bushy Maape, whichContinue reading “Provincial government to continue to support the Schweizer-Reneke bereaved families”

NW Government reflects on SOPA

Mahikeng: The North West Provincial Government had a successful Executive Council (EXCO) sitting yesterday, Wednesday, March 02, following the State of the Province Address by Premier Kaobitsa Bushy Maape last month. The Executive Council reflected among others on the recent head-on-collision accident which claimed 19 lives in Mamusa Local Municipality, and conveyed special condolences toContinue reading “NW Government reflects on SOPA”

NWest Provincial Government to prioritise infrastructure development to resuscitate tourism industry

By Bonolo Mohlakoana Rustenburg – North West Premier Kaobitsa Bushy Maape maintains that plans to resuscitate the tourism sector will encapsulate prioritising infrastructure development. Premier Maape was addressing stakeholders in the tourism sector in Rustenburg.  The primary objective of the meeting was to devise strategies which the sector can use to recuperate from the ramifications ofContinue reading “NWest Provincial Government to prioritise infrastructure development to resuscitate tourism industry”

MAAPE MEETS STAKEHOLDERS IN THE TOURISM SECTOR

By Bonolo Mohlakoana MAHIKENG: Efforts by North West Provincial Government to resuscitate the economy post Covid-19 pandemic are ongoing as Premier Kaobitsa Bushy Maape accompanied by MEC for Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism Kenetswe Mosenogi, meet with stakeholders in the tourism sector. The primary objective of the meeting is to discuss strategies in which theContinue reading “MAAPE MEETS STAKEHOLDERS IN THE TOURISM SECTOR”

MAAPE ENGAGES AGRICULTURAL SECTOR STAKEHOLDERS in RUSTENBURG

By Bonolo Mohlakoana Rustenburg – Agriculture is one the key drivers of the economy in North West. It contributes 2.9 % to the GDP in the provincial economy. The province is also the third largest producer of maize and this translates into seventeen (17%) percent of maize produced in South Africa.  While the province is leadingContinue reading “MAAPE ENGAGES AGRICULTURAL SECTOR STAKEHOLDERS in RUSTENBURG”

MAAPE TO MEET WITH NW AGRICULTURAL SECTOR

By Thebeeitsile Keameditse MAHIKENG – Premier of the North West, Kaobitsa Bushy Maape accompanied by MEC for Agriculture and Rural Development, Desbo Mohono will hold a stakeholder engagement with industry leaders in the Agricultural Sector. Emerging farmers as well as farmers unions will be part of the engagement. The meeting will amongst others discuss the state ofContinue reading “MAAPE TO MEET WITH NW AGRICULTURAL SECTOR”

NW Premier Bush Maape visits Dick Montshioa grave site

By Ramotswedi Rammutla Mahikeng: North West Premier Bushy Maape together with members of the provincial executive and traditional leadership of the Barolong Boo Ratshidi Tribal Authority led by Kgosi Jeff Montshioa laid wreaths at the grave of the first secretary of the African National Congress Montshiwane Dick Montshioa. The premier was accompanied by delegation ofContinue reading “NW Premier Bush Maape visits Dick Montshioa grave site”

Premier Maape and Minister Mchunu inspects Madibeng water treatment plant

  Brits – North West Premier Bushy Maape together with Minister of Water and Sanitation, Senzo Mchunu made an oversight visit to the Brits water treatment plant in Madibeng Local Municipality this to assess the status and develop a remedial action plan to respond to challenges bedevilling provision of water services in this municipality.  Continue reading “Premier Maape and Minister Mchunu inspects Madibeng water treatment plant”