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SAPOA wants Protector to probe Mpumalanga

Despite official assurances that a Services Appeal Tribunal would be appointed before the end of last year in Mpumalanga Province, commercial and industrial property sector representative body, the South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) has learned that the appointment has yet to take place. ... Full story

Mpumalanga to appoint Services Appeal Tribunal after property sector lobbying

Hard lobbying by the SA Property Owners’ Association (SAPOA) to drive the appointment of a Services Appeal Tribunal in Mpumalanga province has paid off, with official word received this week that the Board will be in place by the end of this month. ... Full story

SAPOA pursues Mpumalanga to appoint mandated services appeal tribunal

Efforts are underway by the South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA), lobbying hard to drive the appointment of a much-needed Services Appeal Board in Mpumalanga province. ... Full story

Mpumalanga's new coal railway line expected to ease road damage

The problem of coal trucks tearing up Mpumalanga's roads may soon come to an end following Eskom's announcement that the R5.2 billion Majuba railway line near Ermelo will start operating in the next two years. ... Full story

Govan Mbeki Municipality in turmoil after R49m shoddy construction work

In May, the Govan Mbeki local municipality admitted that a shoddy job was done during the construction of the R49m sewer reticulation network, the construction started in 2006. ... Full story

Multibillion rand drive to link Mbombela, White River

The Mpumalanga government is on a drive to link the capital city to the nearby town of White River. ... Full story

Middelburg Mall reports robust trading activity

Retail trading at the new regional shopping centre in Mpumalanga, Middelburg Mall, has been exceptionally strong with over five million shoppers attracted in its first year of trading. ... Full story

Plans for R10.3 billion Mpumalanga University underway

During a special Mpumalanga cabinet meeting in Ermelo on March 6, Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande gave the provincial government the red light to perform a sod-turning ceremony for the university, which will be built in Mbombela near the current Lowveld College of Agriculture. ... Full story

R148 million Road rehabilitation project underway in Mpumalanga

A R148 million road infrastructure rehabilitation project is underway in Mpumalanga to reduce accidents along a coal haulage route between Delmas and Bronkhorstspruit. ... Full story

Joy as jobs created when McDonald’s opens at Middelburg Mall

A new McDonald’s restaurant will open at Middelburg Mall in Mpumalanga on 1 September 2012. By doing so, it will create employment for more than 30 youth. ... Full story

Mpumalanga government pleased to receive four clean audit reports

Four of the 13 municipalities nationwide that received clean audits from the Auditor General for the 2010/2011 financial year are based in Mpumalanga. ... Full story

Groblersdal Game Centre Mpumalanga to opens in November

Groblersdal, Mpumalanga, will soon enjoy more shopping convenience at the modern Groblersdal Game Centre, with popular SA retailer Game Store as the anchor tenant. ... Full story

Mpumalanga Govt to deliver 5 300 low cost houses

A total of 5 300 low cost houses will be built in Mpumalanga's impoverished local municipalities through the People's Housing Process (PHP). ... Full story

Sasol opens a new R3.5 billion mining shaft in Mpumalanga

Petrochemicals Giant Sasol, on Tuesday officially inaugurated its R3.5 billion Thubelisha Shaft at the Twistdraai Colliery in Mpumalanga. ... Full story

Mpumalanga MEC Pinky Phosa aims to accelerate in priority areas

Mpumalanga MEC for finance Pinky Phosa on Friday announced that her department had been allocated R255, 340-million for the 2012-13 financial year. ... Full story

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