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    Official Opening of Moruleng Cultural Precinct

    The Moruleng Cultural Precinct was officially opened by Kgosi Nyalala Pilane of the Bakgatla-Ba-Kgafela on 24th April, with a crowd of over 3000 witnesses.

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    BBKTA and SPM Merge Resources to Uplift Kgatleng’s Socio Economic Status

    The Bakgatla-Ba-Kgafela Tribal Authority (BBKTA) and Sedibelo Platinum Mines which operates in the mineral-rich BBK area, formalised their seven-year partnership on Friday,

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    BBKTA Signs MoU with NWU-Mafikeng Campus

    This MoU was signed by Kgosi Nyalala Pilane and the campus Rector, Professor Mashudu Davhana-Maselesele at an event that was held at the university’s Mafikeng Campus.

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    BBKTA issues learners with bursaries for higher education

    This year (2015) the number has doubled, 60 learners are awarded an opportunity to further their studies at any university of their choice

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  • Educationist, conservationist and environmentalist Mme Grace Masuku shares with filmmaker and photographer Adrian Steirn

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    BBK, a nation proud of its culture & heritage

    The Mphebatho Cultural Museum offers you a chance to view and participate in the unique culture and history of the BBK community leaving around the Pilanesberg mountains in the North West province.

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    Kgosi Nyalala Pilane

    The Bakgatla Ba Kgafela community resides in the North West province in a region wealthy in natural beauty and mineral resources, the harnessing of which has resulted in the development of vibrant tourism and mining industries. The Tribe is led by Kgosi Nyalala Pilane who was installed as Chief on 6 April 1996.

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    BBK Headquaters

    This is phase one of the BBK Traditional Authority offices which services the 32 villages. The BBKTA plans to extend these buildings in order to accommodate other government departments in order to bring government services closer to the community. The construction phase created 200 jobs to local community members. It currently employs 100 employees.

Kgosi Nyalala Pilane looks back at 2015

The year 2015 is left with only a few weeks before we see the New Year. This year has been quite eventful for Bakgatla-Ba-Kgafela, but we remain grateful that whatever challenges we are faced with, we put the Almighty first to lead and guide us.

We have seen litigation for land by the CPA and we have welcomed the decision of the Constitutional Court. We are looking forward to cooperating and engaging with the CPA so that together, we can carve a better future for all our communities in the 32 Bakgatla villages.


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