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Targeted Beneficiaries Unit Print E-mail
19 April 2010
The TBU helps various groups within the City to access jobs and services

THE Targeted Beneficiaries Unit (TBU) was established in April 2008 under the department of economic development to implement the ex-combatants policy.  It is one of the important units within the City of Johannesburg together with the expanded public works programme unit.
    
The unit's main thrust is to effectively make significant interventions and mobilise resources on behalf of ex-combatants, ex-political prisoners, people with disabilities, the youth and women in the City in order to create a sustainable social and economic life for these beneficiaries.

It intervenes on behalf of the beneficiaries in order to successfully integrate them into sustainable job opportunities in the City, at municipal owned entities, at government entities and with various other stakeholders.  In this way sustainable business opportunities are created for them across the board. Beneficiaries are also assisted to successfully access social, health, education and housing facilities available within the City.

The TBU is tasked to make the necessary interventions on behalf of these targeted communities in conjunction with other City departments and relevant entities. The unit is accountable to the executive director for economic development and the mayoral committee.


Contact:
Ruskin Nkondo
Deputy director: TBU
Department of economic development
Cnr Collinder and Chris Hani Road
Diepkloof
Soweto
Tel: 011 989 8016
Fax: 011 989 8200
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

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