The Mayor of Lephalale Local Municipality, Aaron Mokgetle on Tuesday handed over waste trucks to Municipal officials as part of accelerating service delivery. Mayor Mokgetle was accompanied by Municipal Councillors.

He says the trucks which include three rear-end loader compactor trucks, one excavator, one TLB and one front-end loader will assist in improving service delivery. Especially in the area of waste collection and disposal.

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 “They will further ensure that the Municipality complies with the National Environmental Act,” he said.

NEW WASTE TRUCKS HANDED OVER FOR THE LEPHALALE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

Meanwhile, a hundred learners from Mohlajwa Secondary School at Sefihlogo Village and Skuinskloof Primary School will benefit from the Mayoral initiative to support disadvantaged learners.

Mayor of Lephalale Local Municipality, Aaron Mokgetle on Tuesday handed over waste trucks to Municipal officials
Mayor Aaron Mokgetle hands over school shoes to disadvantaged learners

The Mayor recently received a hundred School shoes from Fleet Horizon Company in Limpopo. The shoes will be distributed amongst identified learners.

MAYOR AARON MOKGETLE INTRODUCES A CONTRACTOR FOR THE REPAIR WORK OF MOKWELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Still with the Lephalale Municipality, Mayor Mokgetle, together with Councillors visited Mokwele Primary School at Letlora Village. The roof of the school was blown off by the recent storm earlier this month.

The purpose of the visit was for the Mayor to introduce a service provider to repair the damages. This follows after the Mayor was approached by the school principal to request for intervention that will assist in repairing the damages.

Mayor of Lephalale Local Municipality, Aaron Mokgetle on Tuesday handed over waste trucks to Municipal officials
Mayor Mokgetle introduces contractors at Mokwele Primary School

The Mayor successfully negotiated with Eskom Matimba and managed to secure the services of Actom, a service provider contracted to Eskom who will do the repair work.

The school governing body, Traditional Leaders, and church leaders attended the gathering. All stakeholders who were in attendance welcomed and appreciated this intervention. They also said that it will ensure that effective learning continues without any hindrances.