Mafube Business Forum (MBF) have long been taking a stance to demand better service delivery and the right of the community to a clean, healthy environment and a thriving economy.
Lately, MBF together with Rural Maintenance took Eskom to court to fight for its members and the community’s right to electricity during load shedding, when alternative energy sources are available.
It seems as if the hard work, endless nights of meetings, research and brainstorming is starting to pay off.
Read more in this week's Sunday Times.
Two members of parliament, Kevin Mileham as the DA's shadow minister of Mineral Resources and Energy and Ghaleb Cachalia, DA’s shadow minister for State Enterprises (which includes Eskom), visited MBF to share their thoughts and views on the specific situation in Mafube.
MBF want to thank its members, businesses and other individuals for their support. MBF stays committed to its mission and vision. Our vision is to create a sustainable environment for economic growth which is, and will stay our main focus.
Image 1: Kevin John Mileham, shadow minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, DA; Jacques Jansen van Vuuren, Liaison Officer, MBF; Jannie Schabort, Chairperson, MBF and Ghaleb Cachalia, shadow minister of State Enterprises, DA.
Image 2: Journalist Khanyilise and her photographer Misi from The Sunday Times Newspaper interview Jannie Schabort, Chairperson of MBF.
MBF invite residents, business owners and ratepayers to visit our offices at 18A Kerk Street, Frankfort on Mondays to Thursdays from 08h30 to 16h00 and Fridays 08h30 to 12h00. Call or send a WhatsApp message to Marina at 079 145 4295. Visit our website www.mafubebf.org and follow us on Facebook.