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PRESIDENT ZUMA RESTORES HOPE TO A KEISKAMMAHOEK VILLAGER

On Friday 02nd October 2014, President Jacob Zuma restored hope to an elderly Nontsizi Dukashe. His Excellency, President Zuma was in the company of Amathole District Municipality [ADM] Executive Mayor Nomasikizi Konza, National Government Ministers, Premier Phumulo Masuale, Provincial MECs as well as ADM Municipal Manager Chris Magwangqana when he handed over an ablution facility to an elderly and hearing-impaired villager.  

The hand-over was an integral part of the launch of phase three (3) of the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) which was held on the same day at Keiskammahoek. The launch enjoined all three spheres of government while it showcased various programmes of the EPWP. 

 

During his 2014 State of the Nation Address President Jacob Zuma announced the creation of six million work opportunities by 2019.

HUMAN DIGNITY FOR HEBE-HEBE VILLAGERS RESTORED

HUMAN DIGNITY FOR HEBE-HEBE VILLAGERS RESTORED

SUNDAY, 20 JULY 2014

ADM Headquarters

The political leadership of Amathole District Municipality [ADM], the newly established national Department of Water and Sanitation office and Mnquma Local Municipality joined hands in honour and memory of the late Nelson Mandela. Marking 67 years of Madiba's contribution to public service, the entourage which also included ADM staff members, helped restore the human dignity of Hebehebe when they ventured into an extraordinary business of physically building 67 ablution facilities for the communities therein.

The intervention that was received with great ecstasy and ululation, benefited 77 families who for the first time will enjoy decent ablution facilities. ADM Executive Mayor Nomasikizi Konza in the company of Deputy Minister for Water and Sanitation Honourable Pamela Tshwete and Mnquma Local Municipality Mayor Baba Ganjana, were hard at work building the facilities that are sure to improve living conditions of Hebehebe villagers.

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