The City of Ekurhuleni took the Siyaqhuba Service Delivery Programme to various communities across the City to assess and deliver services. Led by Members of the Mayoral Committee (MMC) the teams visited various areas in the City on Monday, 13 September.
The Executive Mayor, Cllr Mzwandile Masina, introduced this rapid response service delivery programme in January 2017 and its mandate is to resolve day-to-day service delivery issues in the City.
Kempton Park was one of the areas visited by the Siyaqhuba team and at the helm was MMC for Community Safety, Cllr Pheladi Mmoko, together with City officials. In ward 104, storm water drains were cleared, potholes fixed, and the issue of illegal dumping was addressed with community members of the ward.
“This is an integrated service delivery programme to resolve issues and we deal with issues on the spot. Today I am happy that we have addressed the illegal dumping in China Gate. We also have fixed streetlights, potholes, and we have done road-markings as well as cleared blocked sewer systems,” said the MMC.
The Siyaqhuba team visited China Gate, Cresslawn and Esther Park.