November 2003

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DIKGANG Tsa Mogale is produced by the Mogale City Local Municipality to keep residents informed about Council and community activities.

Bright spark's win equips school
A 12-year-old learner from Phatudi Primary in Munsieville won R6 000 worth of computer software for her school and a desktop computer for herself in the Gauteng Mathematics, Science and Technology challenge held in Johannesburg recently.
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City in fight to stop TB
An initiative of Mogale City and the West Rand District Council, the Stop TB campaign aims to encourage people to take responsibility for being tested and being treated at their local clinics
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Chinese visit builds bridges
A delegation from Wujiang, in the province of Jiangsu, China, recently visited Mogale City to build on the ongoing trade relationship between the two cities.
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Operation Juggernaut keeps danger off the roads
Mogale City has launched a proactive programme to reduce accidents at the Pinehaven intersection on the R28 - the site of many of the area's fatal accidents.
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Workshop for aspiring media workers
Dikgang tsa Mogale, a community-based newspaper produced by Mogale City Local Municipality, is holding an editorial workshop on writing and journalism for all interested Youth Forum members.
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City wards clean up in Bontle Ke Botho campaign
Out of 32 wards, three of the cleanest areas in Mogale City were judged the best representatives of the area in a Bontle Ke Botho campaign, co-ordinated by the Gauteng Department of Agriculture, Conservation, Environment and Land Affairs (DACEL), at a recent meeting.
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