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MOGALE City Local Municipality is scheduled to host the 2018/2019 Integrated Development Plan (IDP) and Budget compilation process roadshow.

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Fast Facts

Everything you need to know about Mogale City at a glance.

MOGALE CITY is situated in the Cradle of Humankind, a World Heritage site in the foothills of the Magliesberg.

The foothills of the Magaliesberg
The foothills of the Magaliesberg
It lies at an altitude of 1 700 metres above sea level.

The climate in summer is sunny with occasional short moderate showers. Daytime temperatures range from 20°C to 30°C. Winter is dry with cold nights and temperatures between 2°C to 5°C, crisp mornings and glorious, sunny days.

The area is remarkable for its rich diversity in scenery, from manmade mine dumps to the backdrop of Magaliesberg with its mountains, hills and scenic valleys.

To the east of Mogale City is Johannesburg, a 40 minute drive, while Pretoria is to the north-east, some 50 minutes drive away.

Mogale City encompasses Krugersdorp, Kagiso, Muldersdrift, Munsieville, Tarlton, Hekpoort, Magaliesburg, Azaadville, and the industrial areas of Chamdor, Factoria and Boltonia.

It is the sixth largest municipality in South Africa.

It has a population of more than 250 000 residents.

Mogale City is named after Chief Mogale, of the Po Chiefdom of the Batswana. The Po was one of the original tribes, and tradition has it that Chief Mohale and his people were traders and miners of gold.

Within the Cradle of Humankind are the Sterkfontein Caves, one of the most important palaentological sites tracing the history of human evolution.

The oldest gold mine in Gauteng, the Blaaubank Mine, and the oldest mountain, Magaliesberg Mountain, are found in this area.

 

Upgrading Krugersdorp

Mogale City has developed an ambitious and innovative plan to regenerate Krugersdorp; upgrading business facilities, recreational spaces and living areas.

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2018/19 IDP 
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Top Layer SDBIP 2018/19
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2018/19 Approved Budget
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2018/19 Tariffs
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Emergencies: 011 010 1500
Municipal number:
011 951 2000
Police: 10111
Call centre: 086 166 4253