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  • Mnquma Political Leadership and Executive Management during Back to basics campaign

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  • Back to Basics Campaign held in Ngqamakhwe

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  • Executive Mayor Cllr Baba Ganjana addressing the community of Ward 26 during Imbizo outreach

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  • Executive Mayor Cllr Baba Ganjana during Imbizo outreach held at Centane

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  • The Executive Mayor handing over school uniforms to 260 disadvantaged learners

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  • Mnquma Traditional Fashion Show

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  • Mayoral Imbizo in Centane

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  • Mnquma Traditional Fashion Show held at WSU

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  • Mnquma Local Municpality is still keeping its promise when it comes to beautifying its town

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Mnquma Local Municipality is located in the South Eastern part of the Eastern Cape Province. This category B municipality falls under the jurisdiction of the Amathole District Municipality (ADM) and comprises of an amalgamation of the former Butterworth, Ngqamakhwe and Centane TRC’s.Mnquma Municipaliy shares borders with three other local municipalities i.e. Mbhashe, Intsika Yethu and Great Kei Municipality. This also includes a number of previously administered rural areas. It is approximately 32 995 240 square kilometres and consists of 31 wards.

Mnquma Local Municipality has a total population of approximately 297663 people, 99% of which are Xhosa speaking African. The remaining 1% of the population includes English, Afrikaans, Zulu and Sesotho speaking people. The municipality comprises of 54% female and 46% male of the total population and consists of approximately 75410 households.

Latest News

published 22 Jun 2015
The Municipality has purchased a new fleet of vehicles for the Mnquma Traffic Department. read more »
published 5 May 2015
The main purpose of the event was to market various local craft and Designers’ work and promote closer relationships between emerging entrepreneurs, n... read more »
published 9 Apr 2015
The campaign targeted disadvantaged children from disadvantaged backgrounds in Butterworth, Ngqamakwe and Centane, stressing that education is one of ... read more »
published 13 Mar 2015
The Executive Mayor, Cllr Ganjana visited the village of Godidi in Ward 26 read more »
published 9 Jan 2015
The Moral Regeneration Movement {MRM} is a networking platform mandated to facilitate, coordinate all processes and initiatives aimed at combating mor... read more »

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