Gauteng Premier, David Makhura together with the Ekurhuleni Mayor, Mzwandile Masina and Members of the Executive Council (MECs) will on Thursday, 10 August 2017, return to Ekurhuleni to assess progress made in delivering government services to the community and give feedback on interventions to improve service delivery.
This is a follow-up visit to the area, following Premier Makhura’s visit in August 2015 and April 2016.
The Premier and his team will report on the key commitments in Etwatwa, Wattville and Actonville. Some of these commitments includes the construction of booster pump and water reservoir, repairs of sewer blockages, extension of Phillip Moyo Clinic, human settlement development projects including the Com Biza housing project and the demolition certificate for the refurbishment of Actonville hostel.
The visits will kick-off with site visits to various service delivery projects and culminate into public meetings.
The Ntirhisano Service Delivery Outreach programme provides a platform for government in the Gauteng City Region to assess service delivery and engage with residents to help them resolve their challenges.
Premier Makhura supported by Mayor Masina and MECs will host a public meeting at Bacelona-Makgoba ground in Etwatwa while MEC Paul Mashantile supported by other MECs and MMCs will host a public meeting at Wattville Stadium.
Members of the media are invited as follows:
Activity: Site visit
Venue: Bacelona- Makgoba Ground, Etwatwa
Activity: Community Meeting
Venue: Wattville Stadium, Wattville
For confirmations, please contact Sibongile Baloyi on 081 493 5251 or Sibongile.Baloyi2@gauteng.gov.za
Issued by the Gauteng Provincial Government
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