Hon. Basetsana Dantjie to Preside Over North West Legislature’s Departmental Budget Votes for 2023/24

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The North West Provincial Legislature is set to unveil its Departmental Budget Votes for the fiscal year 2023/24 in a significant event that will take place on the 30th of May, 2023. The esteemed Speaker of the North West Provincial Legislature, Hon. Basetsana R.S Dantjie, will preside over the proceedings in the Legislature Chamber at 09h00.

Two Vital Departments

The Departmental Budget Votes event will focus on two vital departments: the Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs, and the Department of Public Works and Roads. Both departments are crucial for the province’s development and well-being as they address issues such as urban planning, infrastructure, and the integration of traditional values into modern governance.

A Transparent and Accountable Governance

The Departmental Budget Votes event represents the spirit of transparency and accountability in governance in an era of rapid socio-political changes. The event will serve as a platform for the provincial government to demonstrate its commitment to responsible financial management and the well-being of its citizens.

Accessibility and Engagement

The North West Provincial Legislature has made concerted efforts to ensure that the event is accessible to the general public. The proceedings will be available on various digital platforms, including the Legislature’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. Local radio stations will also broadcast the budget speeches to keep citizens informed and engaged with the financial decisions that affect their communities.

Punctuality and Respect

Guests invited to the Legislature Chamber are expected to be punctual, with seating starting at 08h30. Latecomers will not be allowed entry, emphasizing the importance of the event.

A Catalyst for Positive Change

The Departmental Budget Votes event holds substantial implications for the North West Province’s future trajectory. It offers a unique opportunity for the provincial government to align its strategic plans with larger provincial and national objectives, demonstrating its commitment to responsible financial management and the well-being of its citizens.

The Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs, and the Department of Public Works and Roads stand at the forefront of the North West Provincial Legislature’s Departmental Budget Votes for 2023/24. Hon. Basetsana R.S Dantjie’s presence signifies the Legislature’s commitment to transparency and accountability in governance. The event presents a crucial juncture in the province’s financial planning and serves as a catalyst for positive change in the North West Province.

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