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Community development trust announces board of trustees election process

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Voting stations will be available within the Tsantsabane and Gamagara local municipal areas

PIcture: Supplied

THE SIOC Community Development Trust (SIOC-CDT) board of trustees community representatives elections are set to take place both electronically and manually on April 9 and 10

The CEO of the SIOC-CDT, Vusani Malie, said the election process would be managed by the Independent Elections Facilitators of Southern Africa (IEFSA), which would oversee the election of two additional trustees to represent the Gamagara and Tsantsabane municipalities in the Northern Cape.

He said various voting stations would be available within the Tsantsabane and Gamagara local municipal areas on April 10 from 7am until 7pm.

Special voting will take place on April 9.

Objections to any of the candidates should be sent to Wesley Maringa on 082 040 4064 or 012 994 4012 or via e-mail: [email protected] by April 5 at 6pm.

The final candidates list will be published on April 6 while the election results will be announced on April 12.

Malie was hopeful of a solid voter turnout this weekend.

The preliminary list of nominated candidates:

1. Mmoloki Walter Khumo, Gamagara

2. Wapad Jesmien Lizzane, Tsantsabane

3. Magopa Thabo, Gamagara

4. Malgas Andrew, Gamagara

5. Andreas Nico, Gamagara

6. Botha Sobuza Montgomery, Tsantsabane

7. Thipe Tebogo Sidney, Gamagara

8. Roux Leah Angeline Cornalia, Gamagara

VOTING STATIONS

Gamagara Local Municipality:

Babatas (community meeting tent)

Dibeng – Maria MasiloLeu multi-purpose centre

Sesheng/Mapoteng – Mapoteng multi-purpose centre

Olifantshoek – Ditloung community hall

Kathu – Siyathemba community hall

Tsantsabane Local Municipality:

Jean Haven – Jean Haven community hall

Postdene- Postdene community hall

Mountain View- tent at Mountain View

Boichoko – Ratang Thuto High School

Groenwater – Groenwater community hall

Maremane – Maremane community hall

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