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1714 die on SA roads over the festive season
Monday, January 10, 2017

It is also important to note that the festive season road safety programme is not implemented in isolation, but forms part of an ongoing 365-day programme that the Department of Transport and its agencies in conjunction with our transport stakeholders and the general public carry out throughout the year to ensure that lives are saved. Ladies and gentlemen, as we reflect on the 2016 festive period, we are prepared to expose the harsh truth behind the mayhem that the country has experienced and admit the period’s shortcomings. In December 2016, the Department, its agencies and stakeholder partners announced various measures to be undertaken to promote the safety of people on our roads throughout the festive...[Read]
Journey to reconciliation, healing and renewal is a perpetual
Sunday, December 04, 2016

North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo says the journey to reconciliation, healing and renewal is a never-ending one because where people are involved there will always be a need to foster mutual understanding. Mahumapelo was speaking in Wonderkop, Bojanala Platinum District Municipality where he led MECs, Mayors, Councillors, Traditional and Church Leaders in signing a pledge committing everyone to work together in the healing, reconciliation and renewal of Marikana and the entire province earlier today...[Read]
We've been given an additional R21.633m to spent...
Thursday, November 24, 2016

The re-gravelling team of the department is to be empowered to ensure that re-gravelling of provincial roads in done internally, with further recommendation that plant hire, be included in the Provincial Roads Maintenance Grant (PRMG) to ensure service delivery is not disrupted due to inadequacy of the equitable share. Re-gravelling, to be done using internal resources, to also be included in the PRMG. The department received a net increase of R21.6million increasing the original budget from R2.721billion to R2.743billion...[Read]
Monitoring and evaluation a cornerstone of the EPWP
Tuessday, November 15, 2016

Our Constitution enjoins all of us to work in partnership to free the potential of each person. It requires that a high standard of professional ethics must be supported and maintained in the public service. It says that efficient, economic and effective use of resources must be promoted. Drawing from the Constitution, our National Development Plan says we must build the capability of the state to play a transformative role. The NDP speaks of the need for public institutions to be better managed, direct resources more efficiently, reduce wastage and eradicate corruption and mismanagement...[Read]
Illegal occupants and rent defaulters on the sheriff's list
Wednesday, November 01, 2016

The Department of Public Works and Roads (North West) has enlisted the services of messenger of the court (sheriff) to serve eviction orders and collect debt from 27 rent defaulters and illegal occupants of state houses totaling more than R4.4million. The majority of the culprits are senior public servants currently employed by the provincial government. The list also includes former high-ranking public servant who continue to occupy state houses ``for free’’. The unprecedented move to approach the sheriff, followed challenges the department had in evicting illegal occupants from its state owned houses and getting tenants to pay monthly rental...[Read]
No tenders for sale. We only sell tender documents...
Tuesday, October 11, 2016

A scam is on the prowl, raising false hopes on unsuspecting service providers bidding to do business with the Department of Public Works and Roads. By the time victims discover they have been duped, substantial amounts of their hard-earned cash had gone down the drain, clutching in hand, what is tantamount to a fraudulent copy of an appointment letter, purported to originate from the department. Head of department, Pakiso Mothupi, to confirmed that at least five service providers have already fallen victim to the...[Read]
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