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WATER- EN

SANITASIE-REKENING

TUSSEN IYM EN CHRIS HANI

NOG NIE OPGELOS

MIDDELBURG

Op versoek van die Chris Hani Distrik Munisipaliteit is ‘n vergadering op Cradock Dinsdag, 27 Oktober gehou om sekere brandpunte te bespreek rakende dienslewering in die INXUBA YETHEMBA MUNISIPALITEIT.

Die punte bespreek was o.a.

Riool lekkasies, waterlekke, gebarste pype en verstopte stormwater en afvoerpype, lewering van Munisipale rekeninge rondom water en sanitasie, oorname van personeel deur Chris Hani Munisipaliteit rakende water en saitasie dienste.

Die Munisipale bestuurder het verslag gedoen oor administratiewe reëlings wat reeds geruime tyd gelede gedoen was met IYM se amptenare rakende kantoorruimte, oorneem van sekere personeel en dan ook die voorsiening van fondse om die rekenaarstelsel wat rekeninge moet druk op datum te kry om sodoende die diens te lewer.

IYM se amptenare het die verslag hewig teengestaan en na oor en weer beskuldigings is die amptenare deur beide burgermeesters van IYM en Chris Hani ernstig berispe en opdrag gegee om die situasie so gou as moontlik op te los en verslag te doen.

Volgens die DA Raadslid van Chris Hani, Robbie Venske, kan geen vasgestelde datum gegee word wanneer verbruikers van IYM hul rekeninge rakende water en sanitasie kan verwag nie.

Die DA stel die onomwonde dat amptenare versuim het om hul werk en beplanning te doen en terselfdertyd het die politici van die regerende party ook versuim om oorhoofs toesig te hou dat die beplanning gedoen en afgehandel moet word met die gevolg dat die verbruikers van IYM nie weet wat om te verwag sou die eerste water en sanitasie rekeninge die lig sien!!

 


 

 

BKB & Coega Empower

South African Wool and Mohair Industries
New Public-Private Partnership Skills Development Programme addresses Skills Shortages

Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, 5 November 2014 — A new public-private partnership unveiled this week is addressing scarce and critical skills shortages in agriculture affecting commercial small livestock farmers in wool and mohair production in the Eastern Cape, while creating new job opportunities for the economy through a national training and skills development initiative.

BKB this week announced that is has formalised a joint venture agreement with the Coega Development Corporation (CDC) for a R11 million shearing training and skills development programme. The agreement was formalised through a signing ceremony on BKB chairman Chris Louw’s farm Waterfall near Adelaide in the Amathole region of the Eastern Cape.

Through their partnership, BKB and CDC will recruit 338 beneficiaries for a one year, technical shearing and wool classing training programme jointly funded by both organisations. Training will take place CDC’s Human Capital Solutions in Nelson Mandela Bay, and also at BKB’s shearing college in Kroonstad.

The programme and initiative flows from the recent success and outcomes of a R8 million BKB-funded pilot at BKB’s newly established shearing college, which has already provided training and employment to 120 beneficiaries.

“The shearing training and skills development programme has been strategically designed to address unemployment and critical skills shortages in South Africa’s wool and mohair productions regions,” said Isak Staats, BKB wool and mohair manager.

“The critical shortages of skilled shearers is compelling established South African commercial wool and mohair farmers in main production regions of the Eastern Cape, Northwest, Free State, Northern Cape and Western Cape to use around 1700 foreign national shearers from neighbouring African countries every year.”

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