August 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.

US to honour soccer star
Patrick "Ace" Ntsoelengoe, a former Kaizer Chiefs dynamo and now a resident of Mogale City, is to be inducted into the US National Soccer Hall of Fame

Aiming to keep women healthy
August is Women's Health Month and Mogale City's Sub-Directorate: Personal Health has put together some advice to help women combat breast cancer.

Arts festival will celebrate city's heritage
Mogale City will hold an Arts and Cultural Heritage Fesitval for four days in August to pay tribute to the role, influence and contribution of men and women through the ages.

Local and international stars to shine at festival
The Mogale City festival will feature performers who have shaped the distinctive character of Africa's musical voice over the past 50 years.

Executive mayors: the answer to apartheid's legacy
The government's metropolitan local government and executive mayor concepts are targeted at the prime evil of apartheid, to reconstruct society through the elimination of those unserviced hell-holes called black townships, writes Nat Serache.

Mogale City is Proudly South African
The Mogale City Local Council has thrown its weight behind the Proudly South African campaign after hearing chairperson Tim Modise outline its aims and ideals.

New traffic lights ensure children's safety
Executive Mayor Lentswe Mogatlhe was there when the traffic lights at a busy intersection in Kagiso Extension 12 were switched on. The lights will hopefully protect the children who cross the intersection of Geba Street and Randfontein Road to get to school every day.

Residents march against crime
Hundreds of Munsieville residents took to the streets in what they called the Zero Tolerance March Against Crime.

Councillors raise the roof at awards ceremony
Councillors Moeder Sibeko, Sam Oliphant and Peter Mahlaule made the fun-filled sports tournament in Ramaphosaville possible.

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