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By year 2020 Mkhambathini will be a sustainable and developed municipality characterised by an improved quality of life for its entire people in areas of environment, basic services, social, economy and development.

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Premier's Operation Sukuma Sonke
Department: Co-operative Governance and Tradional Affairs: Province of Kwazulu-Natal

Welcome to Mkhambathini Municipality

Mkhambathini Local Municipality
Mkhambathini Local Municipality is located along the south-eastern boundary of Umgungundlovu District Municipality. It covers an area of approximately 917km2 and is the second smallest municipality within Umgungundlovu District Municipality.

Mkhambathini Local Municipality is one of seven Local Authorities within the uMgungundlovu District Municipality, which is situated within south west KwaZulu-Natal. Mkhambathini Local Municipality consists of 7 wards with a large part of the municipality being rural in nature and underdeveloped. Towns within the municipal boundaries include Camperdown, Eston and Mid Illovo.

Mkhambathini is a Zulu word and is derived from eMkhambathini meaning the place of acacia trees.

Latest News

International Mandela day

International Mandela day

Mkhambathini Municipality in partnership with the South African Local Government Association (SALGA) hosted the International Mandela day on 18 July 2014. This was an esteemed event which was attended by the Provincial Executive Council (PEC) of SALGA, which included, among others, the Chairperson of SALGA: Cllr S. Mdabe who is also the Mayor of ILembe District Municipality, the uMgungundlovu District Mayor: Cllr Bhamj

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Notices

Women`s Day message from the Mayor, Cllr TE Maphumulo

South Africa commemorates Women`s Month in August as a tribute to the thousands of women who marched to the Union Buildings on 9 August 1956 in protest against the extension of Pass Laws to women.

This historic march was a turning point in the role of women in the struggle for freedom and society at large. Since that eventful day, women from all walks of life became equal partners in the struggle for a non-racial and non-sexist South Africa.

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Latest Documents

2013/2014 Service Delivery and Budget Implementation Plans

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Integrated Development Plan 2013/14

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