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  • 22 Jan

    Clean City is a priority

    In an effort to continue keeping the City clean and green the Executive Mayor handed over 20 tractors, six street sweeping machines, eight compactor trucks and wheelie bins.read more

    23 Jan

    Under priviliged School Uplifted

    Over 200 school children received school uniforms, stationery, shoes and school bags
    on Friday 23 January at the Back to School Campaign at Lukhanyo Primary School in Amalinda Forest.

  • 3 Feb

    New Centre to uplift community


    The community of Tsholomnqa is excited about the inauguration of the newly built Amagqunukhwebe Development Centre which will serve the community both young and old.
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  • 7 Feb

    Class of 2015 inspired

    Over 300 learners from various schools in the King William’s Town region gathered at the Nolizwe Mpeta Community Hall in Zwelitsha
    on Friday 23 January for the Motivational Talk Session.
    .read more

    8 Feb

    Residents Dignity restored

    In an effort to keep rural communities healthy and resort the people’s dignity, the Metro will build ablution facilities in Dongwe Location and Tshabo Villages near Berlin..read more


  • 26 Jan

    Gomba heads Human Settlements Department

    Gomba is back and now faces a challenge of achieving genuine customer centricity
    Councillor Sindiswa Gomba has taken the reins as the new Portfolio Head of Human Settlement, a section of the BCMM dealing with housing and development.
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  • 13 Feb

    The Motsepe Foundation's Buffalo City Development Forum will manage a R10-million fund to support projects tackling poverty, unemployment and inequality in the Metro.read more

    19 Feb

    Matrics ready for exams

    Buffalo City's grade 12 public school learners will be sitting down for their final exams in less than a month, with the Eastern Cape targeting a provincial pass rate of at least 70 percent.read more


     
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