Amathole District Municipality and UN Women in partnership with Tshwane University of Technology hosted a women in construction entrepreneurship capacity development program in East London.
The two-day event aims to promote green entrepreneurship initiatives among women contractors to create opportunities for them across various economic sectors.
According to the UN, the Green Entrepreneurship's aim is to improve an economy that results in improved human well-being and reduced inequalities with focus on poor underprivileged communities.
For this particular training programme, the focus is on an integrated drive to to speed up delivery of quality human settlements within Amathole District with training, development, empowerment and licensing 30 women owned construction companies to build with innovative building technologies.
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ADM HEADQUARTERS – TUESDAY 14 JUNE 2022
Amathole District Municipality (ADM) confirms receipt of the letter from COGTA MEC, Xolile Nqatha, dated 09 June 2022 addressed to the Executive Mayor, Cllr Nceba Ndikinda, re: Appointment of the Municipal Manager. This after, the Executive Mayor wrote to the MEC informing him of the recruitment processes followed in the appointment of the Municipal Manager Dr Thandekile Mnyimba as outlined in Local Government: Municipal Systems Act Regulations, section 17 (3) (b).
The Executive Mayor has referred the matter to the institutions Legal Unit to craft a response which will be sent to the MEC today.
Key to note is that the matter is sub judice as there are two cases before the court of law on the same.
Issued by the Communications and Customer Care Unit.
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