The convergence of elderly people at the Tsitsing stadium this morning marks the Rustenburg Local Municipality’s celebration of International Older Persons Month (October) with participating stakeholders including, amongst others, Royal Bafokeng Administration and Capitec Bank.
The event forms part of the national campaign to promote active aging, wellness and rights of elderly people.
These elderlies were ferried by busses and other modes of transport from different areas around Rustenburg
As part of the October month, which is observed as National Transport Month, the Rustenburg Local Municipality implements interventions to ease traffic flow in the CBD.
Motorists, commuters and pedestrians are advised that the Municipality will be commissioning traffic signals in the CBD and improve road markings and signage from Thursday, 03rd October 2019.
Traffic lights which are implemented as part of the Rustenburg Rapid Transport infrastructure have been flashing and would now be switched to operate normally to control traffic along Oliver Tambo, Thabo Mbeki and Nelson Mandela drives. This includes road markings along these streets as well as parking areas.
Motorists are encouraged to park at demarcated parking bays and not use bus lanes as parking.
For further enquiries kindly contact Mr Magae on 014 590 3509 or 060 991 3666.
Cllr Mpho Khunou, the Executive Mayor of Rustenburg inspires Ms Naledi Ramaboe to maximize her potential in her career in the meeting this morning.
Ms Ramaboe from Robega village has placed Rustenburg in the spot light in particular and South Africa in general by being crowned Ms Ambassador United Nation International at the competition held in Toronto, Canada on 24th August 2019.