A special visit to the Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality by the Acting Premier of the KwaZulu Natal Province, MEC Nomsa Dube who is the MEC for Economic Development Tourism and Environmental Affairs in the province. The 25th of November every year is set as a day in which MEC champions in their respective districts launches the 16 days of Activism for no violence against women and children.This programme was intertwined with a spend wisely campaign targeting consumers to refrain from a rush and a stampede caused by the black Friday fever.
Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality is one of the three municipalities situated within the uThukela District in the KwaZulu-Natal province. It was established by the amalgamation of the Imbabazane and uMtshezi Local Municipalities in August 2016.
The municipality constitutes a third of the district and the N3 National Road traverses the municipality. The majority of the municipality’s population is concentrated in urban and farming areas, but there are a few patches of high-density settlements within the informal areas. The municipality boasts well-established industrial, commercial and residential areas, as well as rich agricultural farmlands.
Call for Comments on Long Term Contract
Implementation of an Integrated Financial System (ERP) and Municipal Standard Chart of Accounts (MSCOA) Support for a Period of Five Years.
The Inkosi Langalibalele local Municipality would like to inform the residents who want to cool off ,that the Hilldene swimming pool will be open from the 30th of October 2019 (Wednesday) at 11h00. Users and visitors to the pool are urged to consider safety which include no pushing, no diving , no running everyone need to feel safe and secure in the facility.
On the 18 of September 2019, the Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality together with Department of Arts and Culture convened a stakeholder’s engagement in a form of a dialogue to dissect women related matters.
Inkosi Langalibalele Municipality swore in new Councillor Kabelo Ashly Nthekiso of the Aljamah Party as a Partial Representative Councillor on Thursday 29 August 2019. Councillor Kabelo Ashly Nthekiso took his vows to serve the community without fear or favour.