Service Delivery


Caption: MMC for Health and Social Services Cllr Nomadlozi Nkosi visiting the Vosloorus and Eden Park Early Childhood Development Centres as part of the Executive Mayor’s legacy projects.

Members of the Mayoral Committee (MMC) revisited the City of Ekurhuleni’ s projects which were built during the current term of office, 2016 – 2021, and the Early Childhood Development Centres (ECD) is one of those visited.

Known as the Executive Mayor’s Legacy Projects, these are projects which have been undertaken and constructed by the City since the current political leadership headed by Executive Mayor Cllr Mzwandile Masina took office in 2016. This is their last year in office.

Standing boldly in the heart of Vosloorus, is the Vosloorus ECD which was built in 2018 and became operational in November 2019.

MMC for Health and Social Services Nomadlozi Nkosi reflected on the work put in the R20 million project that has opened its doors to the community’s future leaders.

“It is with pride that I see this structure standing. It gives me immense joy knowing that the City has given the community the state-of-the-art facility that provides EDC services to close to 189 children who are as young as six months old,” said the MMC.

The delegation consisting of the MMCs, and senior management also visited the Eden Park ECD where Nkosi pronounced the facility will be open for registration for the 2022 academic year.

“This facility is also one of the City’s pride, and we are pleased that the service provider to provide ECD services has been appointed and will sign a memorandum of understanding with the City before commencing with services,” added Nkosi.