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In a quest to empower women and honour their contribution in service delivery, the Department of Human Settlements launched the Women in Construction Programme last Friday. The Department has dedicated 30 percent of its budget towards this programme to be undertaken by women contractors by delivering housing opportunities and other required services to communities. [Read More]

Programme to empower Women Launched




Efforts to render affordable accommodation and addressing urban decay are gaining momentum. The Mpumalanga Department of Human Settlements is rolling-out plans of addressing concerns of urban decay, huge housing demand and provision of decent and affordable accommodation for workers at economic active towns. The department recently delivered a multi-million project of 78 Community Residential Units (CRU) to the Govan Mbeki Local Municipality at Emzinoni in Bethal. This is part of the Department’s broadened mandate to deliver affordable accommodation through the CRU and Social Housing Programmes that aim at mitigating the influx of people coming to towns for better livelihood. [ Read More]

Another Project for affordable accommodation delivered

Government commits to tackle community plight

A 38 year old unemployed qualified paramedic and mother of two, Girly Mahlangu was amongst eight destitute families of Skhulile Village, in Middelburg, Mpumalanga who received household items, food parcels and blankets from government. Provincial Human Settlements, MEC Voilet Siwela met these families during the Executive Council’s Outreach Programme this week.

The visit during door-to-door programme by members of the Executive Council and Steve Tshwete Local Municipality is part of community engagement by government. During the interactions, MEC Siwela committed government to intervene in the communities’ plight of joblessness, education, water and sanitation services.  [ Read More]

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