“The hawkers with permits will have preference in choosing their new stalls. The municipality has already received 980 applications for permits. Of those, 244 have been granted. A total of 400 stalls will be built in the first phase,” said Mokoena.
The newspaper reported last week that in September last year TCM owed Eskom some R164 million. Since then, this account has increased with a staggering R32 million. This governing body now owes the service provider R196 million.
Die Wildevy manne is ‘n nie winsgewende organsasie wat daargestel is deur manne uit die gemeenskap om fondse vir minderbevoorregtes in die gemeenskap in te samel. Die 4×4 gesinsdag is slegs een van die projekte wat jaarliks aangebied word.
Mandela visited Lydenburg on 3 November 1999 where he was then awarded the key to the town by the late former mayor of TCM, Mr Mandla Mabelane. Until today, this honour has not been bestowed upon anyone else.