MDB CALLS FOR OBJECTIONS ON ELECTORAL WARDS

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The MDB has, after consideration of inputs received from communities, delimited wards for all Batch 1 Municipalities, in terms of schedule 1 of the Municipal Structures Act. Wards have been published in Provincial Gazettes, any person aggrieved by the determination of municipal wards may within 14 days of publication of the Provincial Gazette, submit objections […]

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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION DURING LOCKDOWN

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The MDB remains fully committed to citizen engagement, hence it is doing everything in its power to ensure that members of the public continue to have a say on how their wards should be configured. After a thorough analysis and consideration of the overall impact of the lockdown on the overall ward delimitation programme, a […]

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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION DURING THE LOCKDOWN PERIOD

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We commend the Government for their relentless efforts to mitigate against potentially devastating effects of Covid-19. We are proud for the leadership who understand and care for the well-being and health of all South African citizens during this difficult time. Since the lockdown will be gradually lifted, we appeal to everyone to adhere to the […]

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ROADMAP OF THE WARD DELIMITATION PROCESS

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Communities and municipalities are encouraged to consult among themselves and reach a consensus. Their proposal should be aligned to the criteria for ward delimitation and can be submitted by not later than 30 April 2020 to registry@demarcation.org.za. The ward submission form can be obtained on the MDB website www.demarcation.org.za After the public consultation sessions, the […]

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HAVE YOUR SAY #WardDelimitation2020

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The MDB will be entering the fourth week of the public consultation sessions on the draft sets of wards #WardDelimitation2020. As such, it is imperative to reiterate that, the MDB will not conduct any municipal boundary re-determinations until after the 2021 Local Government Elections (LGE). Communities can however submit their proposals now but the process […]

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