11 January 2018

South Africa: North West Human Addresses Housing Delivery Timeframes With Service Providers

press release

In an effort to fast-track quality housing delivery within Bokone Bophirima province, MEC for local Government & Human Settlements Galaletsang Gaolaolwe and Head of Department Mr. Phihadu Motoko believes that constant meetings with developers will ensure proper monitoring of housing projects of underperforming contractors. This follows a recent meeting with service providers to identify possible problems and provide solution to expedite completions.

The Head of Department Mr Motoko when presenting statistics of project implementation, pleaded with contractors to accelerate the remaining houses and slabs across the province. Motoko said technical sessions with contractors will continue without fail to assist developers to complete their projects within agreed period stipulated in their contracts.

In closing MEC Gaolaolwe assured contractors that the departments is committed to pay invoices within a short period of time provided all required documents are submitted.

Issued by: North West Local Government and Human Settlements

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