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The Makhuduthamaga Local Municipality is a category B4 municipality that is located within the Sekhukhune District Municipality of Limpopo. The name (Makhuduthamaga) is derived from the liberatory name given to those who supported the anti-apartheid struggle in Sekhukhuneland in the 1950s. Makhuduthamaga raged a war against the white commissioner and his assailants, Marentsara. In its State of Local Government in South Africa overview report, the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA 2009) describes category B4 municipalities as municipalities which are mainly rural with communal tenure and with, at most, one or two small towns in their area. The municipality is completely rural in nature, dominated by traditional land ownership. It comprises a land area of approximately 2096 km. It is made up of 189 settlements with a population of 274358 people and 65217 households, which amounts to more than 24% of the district, according to Census 2011. Like most rural municipalities, Makhuduthamaga is characterized by a weak economic base, poor infrastructure, major service delivery backlogs, dispersed human settlements and high poverty levels. It shares borders with Fetakgomo to the north-east, Ephraim Mogale to the west, Elias Motsoaledi to the south and Lepelle Nkumpi Municipality in the north. Jane Furse, the headquarters of Makhuduthamaga Local Municipality, is located 347 km north-east of Johannesburg, 247 km north-east of Pretoria, 189 km southeast of Polokwane, and 70 km south-west of Burgersfort


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Fetakgomo is a local municipality (category B4) within the Sekhukhune District Municipality in Limpopo. The name is derived from a Sepedi idiom: Fetakgomo o sware motho, mafetakgomo ke moriri o a hloga, which implies putting people first. It borders Makuduthamaga Local Municipality in the south, Greater Tubatse Local Municipality in the east and Lepelle-Nkumpi Local Municipality (Capricorn District Municipality) in the north and west. It is situated about 90 km from Polokwane. Geographically, it is the smallest of the five local municipalities in the district, constituting 8,3% (1104,75) square kilometres of the districts 13264 square kilometres. Land ownership is mostly traditional and the municipality is completely rural. The municipality has 13 wards. (Atok, Apel, Mphanama and Strydkraal).

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Albert Luthuli

Albert Luthuli Local Municipality is situated in the GertSibande District Municipalityof Mpumalanga, and shares its eastern border with the country of Swaziland. The municipality was named after Albert Luthuli, an anti-apartheid activist who served as president of the African National Congress (ANC) during the 1950s and 1960s. Luthuli was the first African to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, bestowed upon him in 1961 for his activism. (

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Pixley Ka Seme

The PixleykaSeme Local Municipality is situated on the eastern border between Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal and is framed by the Mkhondo Municipality in the east, Msukaligwa Municipality to the north and Lekwa Municipality to the west. It comprises an area of approximately 5227.98km, which includes Amersfoot, Ezamokuhle, Perdekop, Siyanzenzeda, Volksrust, Vukuzakhe, Wakkerstroom, Esizameleni and Daggakraalread more »

Victor Khanye

Victor Khanye Local Municipality is situated in Mpumalanga province, within the Nkangala District Municipality. It is located in the Western Highveld of the Nkangala District Municipality. The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, in the Gauteng province, borders Victor Khanye Local Municipality to the west. It is bordered to the north by the Kungwini Local Municipality, to the south by the Govan Mbeki and Lesedi Local Municipalities

The municipality is strategically located, as it is situated between Johannesburg in Gauteng and Nelspruit in Mpumalanga. It is also located close to the economically thriving metropolitan municipalities in Gauteng namely, Ekurhuleni and Tshwane. It is 10km from the N12 Highway, which joins the N4 Maputo corridor, the main link between Gauteng , Mpumalanga and Mozambique.

The area is approximately 1 570 km in extent. The area is mostly plain with a few rocky outcrops and meandering rivers. Settlements in the area are sparsely distributed. Urban settlements are found mostly in Eloff, Sundra, Delmas and Botleng. Rural settlements include Brakfontein, Argent, Arbor, Dryden and Waaikraal. Agricultural settlements in the form of smallholdings are also found in Eloff, Sundra (Droogefontein and Reitkol), Strydpan and Delmas (Leeupoort). Dryden is also a railway settlement with industrial development.

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