Category: News from the Speaker

Speaker of the North West Legislature to Reward the Matric Class of 2014 at Tswaing Local Municipality

On Tuesday, 10 February 2015, the Speaker of the North West Provincial Legislature, Hon. Sussana Dantjie will be rewarding the matric students of various schools in Tswaing Local Municipality as her way of thanking and giving back to them on their sterling performance during their 2014 matric examinations. The Matric class of 2014 at Tswaing form part of other learners who attained 87% pass rate in the Ngaka Modiri Molema district. This has placed the North West province in the 2nd position nationally with an 84, 6% pass rate, led by Gauteng province in the exceptional performance of...

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Speaker Encourages Young People to Apply for Identity Documents and Exercise their Right to Vote

The Speaker of the North West Provincial Legislature, Hon. Supra Mahumapelo together with the Members of the Legislature urged the members of the public to apply for their Identity Documents at different Department of Home Affairs’ offices across the province. This came after the Speaker and MPLs met the Department of Home Affairs to lodge applications for the new Smart Card Identity Document at the Klerksdorp Offices. “I want to encourage all South Africans to apply for their Identity Documents because if you do not have it, you cannot exercise your constitutional right to vote or access services that government provides for its citizens. “People, especially the youth, must go and register to vote on the 8-9 February 2014 because they are the future of our country. The freedom that we have today did not come on a silver platter but it was fought for, therefore we must make sure that we preserve it,” said Hon. Mahumapelo. Hon Mahumapelo also congratulated the Department of Home Affairs for the new state of the art technology to produce new Smart Card IDs that will prevent fraudulent activities like identity theft. Issued by: Office of the Speaker – North West Provincial Legislature. For more information contact Mongezi Tsenca on...

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North West Speaker to Host Reconciliation, Healing and Renewal Programme in Taung

The North West Provincial Legislature will be hosting the Reconciliation, Healing and Renewal programme on Friday, 24 January 2014 near Tshwarang Thata Primary School in Longaneng village at the Greater Taung Municipality at 09h00. The aim of the programme is to reconcile, heal and renew the people of Taung, working together towards peace, service delivery and economic prosperity. The programme will be attended by political parties, faith based organisations, non- governmental organisation and members of the community. There will be various speeches by denominations in attendance and performances by gospel choirs to inspire the attendees. Members of the media are invited to attend. Issued by: Ishmael Mnisi 0823335550 Spokesperson: Office of the Speaker Office of the Speaker North West Legislature, New Parliament Building Dr James Moroka Drive...

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North West Legislature Speaker Donates School Uniform and Pledges 16 Bursaries for 2015 to Poor Matric Learners

On Wednesday 15 January 2014, the Speaker of the North West Provincial Legislature, Hon. Supra Mahumapelo, visited Reitshokile Combined School in Piet Plessis, as part of monitoring readiness of schools for the 2014 academic year. Accompanied by the Mayor of Kagisano-Molopo Local Municipality, Councillor Ontlametse Mochware and PR Councillor Chris Mothibi, Hon Mahumapelo encouraged among the more than 792 learners 16 matriculants to rise above the prevailing extremely poor socio-economic conditions and follow the footsteps of late former President Nelson Mandela. Hon Mahumapelo requested the staff, learners, the school governing body, parents, community and the municipality to pull together towards a quality 100% pass rate in the current academic year. He further requested them to follow his philosophy of Saamtrek, pulling together towards rebranding their school and eventually rebranding the North West province. Over and above donating shoes, socks, skirts, pants, jerseys and shirts to 10 of the 36 learners profiled as the neediest by the Department of Social Development, the Speaker committed tertiary bursaries for 2015 to the 16 matriculants. The Speaker was informed by the school principal, Mr Thabo Monamodi, that the school community was satisfied with the delivery of books and stationery, the National School Nutrition Programme and the no-fee support from the Department of Education. For further clarity contact Mongezi Tsenca at 072 6320880. Issued by: Office of the Speaker. Contact: Mongezi Tsenca, Spokesperson; 072...

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