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Voice of Local Government


SALGA Gets Social

The South African Local Government Association (SALGA) has worked tirelessly to enhance the organisation’s social media presence, writes Thami Masemola.

International Cooperation Is Key

The South African Local Government Association (SALGA) regularly forms partnerships with other entities on a regional, continental and global scale, in order to share innovations and experiences as widely as possible, writes Rodney Weidemann.

Small Towns Regeneration Conference

The recent inaugural Small Towns Regeneration Conference centred on the impending need to revitalise small town communities, thereby reducing the excessive rate of urbanisation, writes Dumile Sibindana.

Setting Boundaries

The Municipal Demarcation Board (MDB) is an independent authority charged with determining municipal boundaries. As such, the MDB is a vital component of local government’s mandate to deliver services to citizens effectively and efficiently, writes Shantalie Hewavisenti.

Twitter Guide For Local Government

Rodney Weidemann on how Twitter can be a valuable platform for local government employees to enhance their presence in communities.

Local Government’s Biggest Projects

Since the turn of democracy and the establishment of the present-day local government system in 2000, South Africa has made monumental leaps in building first-rate infrastructure, establishing better public transport systems and kick-starting local economic development, writes Dale Hes.

A Word from Parliament

With the 2016 National Budget Speech on everyone’s lips, Nomawethu Xali shares what the South African Local Government Association is doing to bring about positive change in the sector.

Parties Commit to New Charter

The South African Local Government Association and the Moral Regeneration Movement are leading SA’s political parties in pledging to uphold good values and ethics this coming elections.

Government Pushes Forward the Nine-Point Plan During Imbizo Focus Week

According to a media statement issued by Government Communications and Information Systems, government opened the national Imbizo Focus Week in Ga- Seleka Village, Lephalale Municipality in the Limpopo Province, earlier this month.


The South African Local Government Association (SALGA) is a national representative of local government sectors and their employees. Picasso Headline, proudly part of the Times Media Group, publishes the Voice of Local Government in association with SALGA.

The Voice of Local Government aims to raise the profile of local government and the municipalities it represents as well as focusing on developmental service delivery and local government transformation.

This magazine also speaks to key decision-makers – in local, provincial and national departments – who are responsible for planning, specifying and buying, and showcasing new products and services to accelerate and streamline municipal delivery.

The Voice of Local Government magazine will feature innovative articles on:

  • Dynamic Economic Development
  • Planning and Environment
  • Social Development
  • Health and Safety
  • Municipal Services and Infrastructure
  • Human Resources Development
  • Governance
  • Intergovernmental Relations
  • International Relations
  • Municipal Finance
  • Corporate Administration



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Previous Issues
ISSUE 19 2016
ISSUE 18 2016
ISSUE 17 2016
ISSUE 15 2015
ISSUE 14 2015
ISSUE 13 2015



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