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Tell us what you think about our services and how we are doing

The Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA) is taking a moment to reflect on partnerships and interactions that we have had with our diverse stakeholders over the years. Subsequently, we have created a widely accessible, cost-free platform that allows our various stakeholders to share, with us, their honest thoughts, and opinions of their experience in dealing with us, our programmes and aspirations for the MBDA.

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Statement from MBDA Board Chairperson, Mandlakazi Skefile on the passing of Cllr Ncediso Captain

It is with a sense of sadness to learn of the passing of Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality’s Councillor Ncediso Captain of Ward 17 in New Brighton. Cllr Captain was instrumental in championing several successful community developments programs in his ward, in partnership with the MBDA. At the time of his passing, Cllr Captain was leading and facilitating the New Brighton Precinct Development Plan, a visionary programme that aims to unleash the cultural, heritage, and economic potential of New Brighton. On behalf of the MBDA Board, Management and Employees, I send our deepest condolences to his family, community, fellow councillors and his political party, the African National Congress. May his soul rest in peace.

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MBDA Board sends deepest condolences

MBDA Board sends deepest condolences

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Township Talk: Overcoming Policy Weaknesses

Although most countries are signatories to international agreements on human development targets and climate change, achieving these targets have been elusive. The main problem is that policies are often formulaic and devoid of local contexts causing policy implementation failure.

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MBDA offers support to the class of 2020 affected by Covid-19 lockdown

The advent of Covid-19 has seen major disruptions in the economy and life in general across the globe. Education has not been spared either. The MBDA, an entity of the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has decided to step in and provide support to thousands of Bay students and scholars.

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