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Welcome to the Alfred Duma Local Municipality

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The Alfred Duma Local Municipality was formed after the redetermination of boundaries in terms of section 21 of the Local Government, the Municipal Demarcation Act 1998 (Act No.27 of 1998) which resulted in municipalities being disestablished and their former areas of jurisdiction merged under new municipalities to be established. The Emnambithi/Ladysmith Municipality and Indaka Local Municipality are part of the municipalities that have merged to form the new Alfred Duma Local Municipality.

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Messenger/Cleaner (1 post), Administration – Technical Services
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Human Settlement Officer (1 post) Human Settlements, Development Planning and Human Settlements
  1 files      45 downloads
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Clerk: Assets (1 post), Assets and Inventory, Finance
  1 files      62 downloads
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Municipal Manager: Contract
  1 files      46 downloads
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Legal Officer: Contract Management and Litigation (1 post), Corporate Services
  1 files      20 downloads
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Clerk (1 post) Human Settlements – Development, Planning and Human Settlements
  1 files      34 downloads
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General Worker Positions (Technical Services – Public Works x 13 posts, Business Unit x 13 posts, Parks and Gardens x13 posts, Cleansing and Waste x 13 posts)
  1 files      60 downloads
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General Worker/ Cleaner (6 posts)
  1 files      37 downloads
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APPLICATION FORM FOR SENIOR MANAGERS
  1 files      7 downloads
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Municipal Manager
  1 files      3 downloads
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Who was Alfred Duma?

From 1964 to 1974, Duma was a political prisoner on Robben Island, where he learnt to deal with hardship through humour, but never losing the focus of the fight against apartheid. Comrades know him for his humour that lightened up the mood in times of hopeless, dark situations. To keep a communication link with the outside world, Duma and other comrades sent letters through Nelson Mandela, who later became South Africa’s first democratically elected President.