Member of Executive Council

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We continue to deliver more with less...
Wednesday, June 12, 2019

The North West Provincial Government through the Department of Public Works and Roads is managing a route network of 19783 km. Only 5083 km is surfaced (tarred) leaving a serious backlog of 14700 km of gravel road network. Since the Section 100 (1) (b) intervention, the department has developed and currently rolling out its Roads Maintenance Recovery Plan as an intervention strategy to expedite service delivery on selected roads identified as critical within the available budget. Work on awarded projects, those still ongoing and completed ones (phases l and ll) includes re-gravelling and light rehabilitation of roads in the districts of Ngaka Modiri Molema, Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati, Dr Kenneth Kaunda and Bojanala. The department is yet to conclude evaluations for oherr bids on roads [Read]
Cabinet announcement...
Wednesday, May 29, 2019

In the election of the 8th of May, South Africans provided this administration with a clear mandate to accelerate inclusive economic growth, act with greater urgency to tackle poverty, improve government services, fight corruption and end state capture. If we are to give effect to this mandate, we need a capable, efficient and ethical government. Today, we are announcing some of the outcomes of the reconfiguration of national government.As I indicated in the State of the Nation Address in February 2018: “It is critical that the structure and size of the state is optimally suited to meet ...[Read]
Mokgoro committed to clean governance and quality service delivery...
Monday, May 27, 2019

"It is therefore important to mention that as the premier of this province in the sixth administration, the incoming Members of the Executive Council [MECs] will have to be men and women who are able to move at neck-breaking speed to accelerate the necessary delivery of services to our people. "We should never view appointment to the executive council as a privilege or a means to self-enrichment but a calling to serve those that have cast their votes and entrusted us with the responsibility to provide them with a better life. "The incoming executive council should (not be an) air-conditioned...[Read]
President Cyril Ramaphosa: 2019 Presidential Inauguration...
Saturday, May 25, 2019

Today, let us declare before the esteemed witnesses gathered here that such a South Africa is possible. Let us declare our shared determination that we shall end poverty in South Africa within a generation. Let us declare that when we gather to celebrate the 50th year of our freedom there shall no longer be any person in this land who is unable to meet their basic needs. That there should be no child who goes hungry. Every school child will be able to read, and every person who wants to work will have a reasonable opportunity to find employment. As we make this bold declaration, we are aware of the depth of the challenges we must confront....[Read]
Performance bonuses out‚ early retirement in...
Wednesday, February 20, 2019

The public wage bill is unsustainable. We must shift expenditure to investment. National and provincial compensation budgets will be reduced by R27 billion over the next three years. The first step is to allow older public servants who want to do so, to retire early and gracefully. This will save an estimated R4.8 billion in 2019/20, R7.5 billion in 2020/21 and R8 billion in 2021/22. In time this will be complemented by limits on overtime and bonus payments as well as pay progression. The system of staffing our diplomatic missions is unjustified and should be reviewed urgently. As a gesture of goodwill, members of Parliament and provincial legislatures and executives at public entities will not be receiving a salary increase this financial year...[Read]
Hawks on 49 cases totaling R2.4 billion in the province...
Friday, February 15, 2019

The Hawks, is handling 49 cases involving theft, fraud and contraventions of the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, 2004, related to the North West This was confirmed by Premier Job Mokgoro today while delivering his first action-packed, yet last, State of the Province Address for the 5th Administration which nears the end of its electoral term. We had to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the IMTT, led by Minister Nkosazana. In an unprecedented move, he also issued a stern warning to MECs. not to interfere with Supply Chain...[Read]
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