Mayoral awards held

2017-07-13 06:00
PHOTO: suppliedHanding over the Mayoral Discretionary Award (from left) Municipal Manager Max Mbili, Major General Sethenya Nxamangele, Dr Sipho Nzimande, Daphney Memela (awardee), RNM Mayor Cllr Nomusa Mqwebu and Doctor Njoko.

PHOTO: suppliedHanding over the Mayoral Discretionary Award (from left) Municipal Manager Max Mbili, Major General Sethenya Nxamangele, Dr Sipho Nzimande, Daphney Memela (awardee), RNM Mayor Cllr Nomusa Mqwebu and Doctor Njoko.

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RAY Nkonyeni Municipality held their mayoral awards ceremony at Desroches Hotel on Friday.

The event was well attended by government and business leaders and saw performances by the SAPS brass band.

Organisations and individuals from the region were awarded in various categories including education, agriculture, policing, sports, arts, entrepreneurship and a Mayoral Discretionary Award was given.

“This accolade honours those who have performed well in society and those who fly the flag of the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality representing the area with their good work, especially outside the municipal area, in the province, nationally or abroad,” said RNM Mayor Cllr Nomusa Mqwebu.

Port Shepstone SAPS won the Best Urban Station award and which was received by Brigadier Sandra Nala.

The Best Rural Station award went to Paddock and Station Commander, Captain Makhosi Dlamini received it.

“The municipality congratulate those who have reached the final stages of these awards and wish to encourage more individuals and organisations to make an entry in the next year’s awards,” said Mqwebu.

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