WELCOME TO TSANTSABANE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY


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Tsantsabane Local Municipality is located within the north eastern parts of the Northern Cape Province, and falls within the boundaries of the ZF Mgcawu District. The nearest business centre is Kimberley, which is about 200km away. The municipality’s main town is Postmasburg.

Three main traffic routes provide access to other cities, namely Johannesburg via Kuruman and the Kalahari and Cape Town via Kimberley. The rest of the Tsantsabane Municipality area comprises of Boichoko, Postdene, New Town, Stasie, Groen Water, Skyfontein, Jean Heaven, the new established settlement brought about by the land redistribution called Maremane, and the well-known Lohatlha Army Battle School.

Economically Tsantsabane is known for being rich in minerals, and for its mining, agriculture, manufacturing and farming sectors. Tsantsabane has reinvented itself over the years as one of the leading investment hotspots in the Northern Cape.

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The construction of the Anglo American Kumba Iron Ore’s Kolomela mine Beeshoek (Assmang), Lesedi Power Plant and Jasper Power Plantbrought an implosion of development to the area (Click on the links: Boichoko , Postdene, Postmasburg Central Photo Coming Soon).

Click here to see Postmasburg Land uses and Local Locality.
Read our Final Spetial Development Framework HERE



VISION

" Tsantsabane will be a municipality providing sustainable, effective and efficient services to all its communities through sound management of scarce resources in order to better the quality of life for all its residents.."




MISSION

Tsantsabane must deliver a positive contribution to the sustainable growth and development within its boundaries and the rest of the Northern Cape.

The creation of a healthy and environmentally friendly environment within and outside of the Councils’ boundaries, must be attempted.

The promotion of a Local Economic Development should be furthered in order to promote manufacturing and other mining related sectors and investor interest in the region.

The promotion of human resources within and outside the organization through training and the implementation of new technological aids.