Recognise community heroes

The Mitchell’s Plain United Residents’ Association (MURA) will have its inaugural community service awards this month and calls on nominations for community heroes who have been of exemplary service to the community.

Is there someone you know who has dedicated themselves to improving the Mitchell’s Plain community – who has gone beyond the call of duty to help others?

Then nominate that person or persons for the 2023 Mitchell’s Plain United Residents’ Association (MURA) Community Service Awards in one of the following categories: Older Persons, Health, Sports, Arts and Culture, Welfare, Civic, Business, Education, Religious, Safety and Security.

Nominations close on Thursday September 14 and no late entries/ nominations will be considered. Nomination forms can be obtained by emailing Mura administrator Clive Bailey at or from Mura chairperson Norman Jantjes at or collect a form at the offices of C De Cerff and Associates at 1 Koffiepeer Close in Eastridge.

Nominations will be assessed by an independent panel of community leaders in accordance with the criteria as set out in the nomination form.

The successful nominees will be invited to a black tie gala dinner on Friday September 29 at the Cedar High School hall in Rocklands at 6pm to receive their awards.

Tickets for the event are R200 each and corporates and businesses can book tables of 10. For tickets, call Mr Jantjes on 083 628 4421, Mura deputy chairperson, Michael Jacobs, on 074 811 2052 or Mr Bailey on 076 328 3280.

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