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This profile was last updated on 8/1/14  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Louis Bobodi

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Municipal Spokesperson

 
Background

Employment History

  • Spokesperson
    Makhado Municipality
  • Municipal Spokesperson
    Makhado Municipality
186 Total References
Web References
On Tuesday, municipal spokesperson ...
www.zoutnet.co.za, 1 Aug 2014 [cached]
On Tuesday, municipal spokesperson Mr Louis Bobodi indicated that they are busy with the media enquiry. On Wednesday he stated, however, that the municipality was unable to answer yet, as the relevant officials dealing with the matter were out of office and would only be available on Thursday.
This led to Makhado municipal ...
www.zoutnet.co.za, 23 Aug 2014 [cached]
This led to Makhado municipal spokesperson Mr Louis Bobodi's stating in July that they would start replacing steel traffic sign posts with wooden posts as thieves keep on stealing them to sell as scrap metal.
The spokesperson for the Makhado ...
www.zoutnet.co.za, 1 Jan 2014 [cached]
The spokesperson for the Makhado Municipality, Mr Louis Bobodi, responded to our media inquiry. "Those people invaded the land; in other words, they are living on that land illegally," Bobodi said.
It is the first time that ...
www.zoutnet.co.za, 25 July 2014 [cached]
It is the first time that we have receive this kind of complaint," municipal spokesperson Mr Louis Bobodi said.
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Bobodi referred more than once to their "most experienced operator who had done his best although he was working in awkward conditions". A local undertaker said that they did not see the female backactor operator in the cemetery anymore. The municipality refused to give the names of any backactor operators. "It would be very unprofessional to give newspapers the names of our employees. The municipality takes the responsibility," Bobodi said.
The municipality was asked why they used a backactor to dig the graves. "What do you suggest we should use? The backactor is the best machinery that we use to dig the graves and we have been using it for years," Bobodi said.
Municipal spokesperson Mr Louis ...
www.zoutnet.co.za, 18 July 2014 [cached]
Municipal spokesperson Mr Louis Bobodi said the area was controlled by SANRAL and the municipality could not assist. "Yes, we would like for those people to have their own spot and continue to trade legally, but unfortunately we don't have authority in that area and it's illegal to trade along the national road," said Mr Bobodi.
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