Executive Mayor Amos Masondo will present his End of Term Report on Saturday, highlighting the City’s achievements during his tenure.
A MAYORAL Imbizo to be held in Kliptown, Soweto, at the weekend will highlight the City’s achievements and challenges in the past five years.
Executive mayor Amos Masondo will present the End of Term ReportExecutive mayor Amos Masondo will present the End of Term Report
At the Imbizo on Saturday, 16 April, Executive Mayor Amos Masondo will present his End of Term Report before thousands of residents expected to flock to the meeting.
The report covers the period from 2006 to 2011 and focuses on the City’s performance in various sectors including transportation, infrastructure, community development, housing, public safety and environment.
At the launch of the Report in Rosebank on Thursday, 7 April, Masondo spoke about the achievements made by the City; they include the implementation of the Rea Vaya bus rapid transit system and the upgrading of the roads infrastructure, tackling backlogs in areas such as Orange Farm and Diepsloot.
In addition, about R31 billion was spent on transportation, on water and sanitation refuse removal in areas previously not covered, and on City Power to stabilise the distribution network.
Masondo was elected in 2000 and will end his term as mayor after the 18 May local municipal elections.
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The Imbizo will start at 2pm at at the Walter Sisulu Square of Dedication Hall.
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