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uMshwathi LM sits in the KwaZulu-Natal province as a local municipality of uMgungundlovu District Municipality. The uMshwathi Municipality features transportation networks such as the R33 (Old Greytown Road) and the R614 (Wartburg Road) which provide linkages from main centres such as Durban and Pietermaritzburg, to the interior of the province such as Greytown and Dundee. At a local level, both the R33 and the R614 have been identified as primary corridors that have the potential to become key development routes within the Municipality and Province by linking markets, places and people.

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MTN and ISOLEZWE Donations

MTN and ISOLEZWE Donations

MTN and ISOLEZWE donated with 5000 masks and 1000 sanitizers to support uMshwathi community members
Learnerships

Learnerships

About 600 uMshwathi learners have graduated on the following categories. Community Health ,Water and Sanitation;
Premier Sihle Zikalala: Launch of UMshwathi Bulk Water Scheme

Premier Sihle Zikalala: Launch of UMshwathi Bulk Water Scheme

Remarks by Premier of KwaZulu Natal Mr Sihle Zikalala During the Launch of UMshwathi Bulk
Officially unveiling of three recently completed bridges

Officially unveiling of three recently completed bridges

Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure, Patricia de Lille, Deputy Minister, Noxolo Kiviet along with
IDP presented to the Community

IDP presented to the Community

Inkulumo kaMeya eMbizweni yoHlahlomali Kanye NeNtuthuko Edidiyelwe(IDP Budget 2021/22)
Unreast Releaf

Unreast Releaf

189 community members of uMshwathi who were affected by last month unrest received food parcels
Housing for the Community

Housing for the Community

The Minister of Human Settlements, Ms Mmamoloko Kubayi and MEC Mr Jomo Sibiya met with the
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