Ga-Segonyana Local Municipality is a former cross-boundary municipality with areas in the Northern Cape and the North-West Province. The municipal jurisdiction consists of 33 residential areas within a radius of approximately 80km in and around Kuruman, and has approximately 75000 residents.
The municipality’s economy is mainly based on the surrounding mining and agricultural activities. The municipal seat, Kuruman, is situated on the Namaquari route, forming part of the main route between Gauteng and Namibia and Cape Town via Upington. The name Ga-Segonyana means small calabash with bubbling water.
“To be an integrated municipality that is committed to the creation of a better life through sustainable development for the people of Ga-Segonyana.”
“Ensuring the delivery of quality and affordable services, in a sustainable manner that enhances good governance, equity and accountability to the
people of Ga-Segonyana.”
•To serve the Ga-Segonyana community in an accountable, ethical, equitable, professional and transparent manner
•To nourish the spirit of self-reliance and co-operative governance
•To promote a culture of payment and the spirit of belonging and ownership amongst our people by delivering quality, affordable and sustainable integrated services
•To implement all our plans through leadership, teamwork and commitment
•To serve our customers with a friendly, honest and caring manner to acknowledge their human dignity.
Please find information regarding the Ga-Segonyana Local Municipality's Study Bursary for the year of 2023 here: Ga-Segonyana Local Municipality's Study Bursary 2023. You may also download the form here: Ga-Segonyana Local Municipality's Study Bursary Form for the year of 2023.
Please find the Ga-Segonyana Local Municiplaity's annual budget for the financial year 2023-24: Ga-Segonyana Annual Budget 2023-24
Please find a notice for payment of rates for the financial year 2020-2021 here: PAYMENT OF RATES 2020/2021
The Northern Cape Metals Industrial Cluster (“NCMIC” or “the Cluster”) invites businesses (“Applicants”) that are interested in becoming a part of the Cluster, to submit a membership application. Membership can be taken up by small to large businesses currently active (or planning to be active) in a metals-related sector in the Northern Cape (“a Metals Applicant”) or by any small or micro business in the JTG District requiring business support (“an Incubation Applicant”).
The Cluster is located along the N14 east of Kuruman, near the Country Club turn off. The NCMIC is anchored around metals manufacturing while allowing for other related industries to be located in the Cluster. The Northern Cape Department of Economic Development and Tourism and the Ga-Segonyana Municipality are founding supporters of the Cluster.
By responding to this invitation for membership (“Membership Invitation”), Applicants stand to gain access to various Cluster benefits (e.g. free and discounted infrastructure, facilities, and services). Those businesses wishing to join the NCMIC Incubator will have access to office and manufacturing space, WIFI, printing facilities, marketing assistance, funding, mentoring and coaching, training, administration support, access to equipment etc.
Phase A of the NCMIC is planned to go live in August 2019 (in the existing Eldorado Precinct). The first phase in the area of the NCMIC still to be developed, Phase B1, is planned to go live towards the end of 2020.
Interested parties are hereby invited to express their interest by:
For all inquiries, contact Khensani Ngobeni or Jessica Pallett on: