“Mpofana Municipality an inclusive economic dynamite and gateway for sustainable development, by the year 2035 ”
Mayor Magubane on her school tour.
22 May 2022, Mayor Magubane motivates young future leaders on the importance of education and long life learning.
Working towards delivering our promise to you
Estimate 37 392 people. Gender 53% Female. Race 89% Black, 2% Indian and 8% White. Less than 10% of the District Population
The unemployment rate is estimated at 67%. The average annual income is R15 000.00. An estimated 61% is employed in the informal sector.
The total number of households is 10 927—informal dwellings 1.1%. Complete household ownership 68%.
Education levels of grade 9 and higher are estimated at 70.6%. Matric or higher is 41.5%. Tertiary education is estimated at 6% and higher.
An estimated 71.2% of the population gets water from Jojo Tanks, and 47% from piped water. Access to electricity 71%. About 62% have access to flush toilets, 2.1% have no access to any toilets and the rest have chemical toilets. Refuse disposal 57.2%.
The total number with access to the internet from cell phones is at a high of 38%. Only 8% have access to the internet in their dwelling. 30%+ have no access to the internet.
Key Focus areas
Competent and influential structures of the Municipality, Accountability and clean operations. Fast service delivery, Commercial and collaborative development. Stakeholder partnership to make this mission a reality and build confidence in our people.
Honourable Mayor Cllr T Magubane
Report a pot hole, faulty street lights or any breakdown of municipal service.
Apply for Pre-paid Electricity
Apply for prepaid electricity phase 1.
Query your rates, electricity or refuse removal account.
Book a public hall
Check hall availability and book online to use it for your function and or event.
Our Elected Leadership
Water & Sanitation (UMDM)
Solid Waste Management
Farm dwellers Needs
Expression of Interest
Dr Hlula Dladla, Municipal Manager
The Office of the Municipal Manager is responsible for the Internal Audit as well as the IDP/PMS, Communication,
Legal, Risk Management and Compliance, Disaster Management, Fleet Management, and Messenger.
Mr Pitso Molefe, Chief Finance Officer
Responsible ensuring transparency, accountability and sound financial management. This means
ensuring that: all statutory requirements adhere to monthly management reports, National Treasury in-year
monitoring reports and annual financial statements
Vacant, GM Corporate & Community Services
Responsibilities includes Community Facilities, Libraries, Museum, Tourism, Local Economic
Development, Traffic/Law Enforcement, Youth, Employment Recruitment, Skills Development, Human Resources
related issues, Committee/Secretary, Records Management, Municipal Building, Receptionist, Information
Technology, and enhanced administrative system.
Vacant, GM Infrastructure Development and Maintenance
This department is responsible for the implementation of all MIG projects, INEP projects, EPWP and CWP programmes,
Road maintenance, Electricity, and Building infrastructure.