Launching the Ninth Edition of Thusong Service Centre Week with Deputy Minister Kenny Morolong

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Inauguration of the Ninth Annual Thusong Service Centre Week

Deputy Minister in the Presidency, Kenny Morolong, is ready to officially commence the ninth edition of the Annual Thusong Service Centre Week. This highly-regarded event, coexisting with the Integrated Public Service Month, is slated to take place from September 18th to 22nd, 2023. With the theme “Building a Professional Public Service for Quality Service Delivery,” the week aims to exhibit the outstanding contributions made by public servants, especially those employed at Thusong Service Centres, in developing a more effective and people-oriented public service.

Thusong Service Centres function as all-in-one service stations, which make crucial government information and services easily accessible to the public. The activities planned for the week are intended to enlighten South Africans about the variety of services accessible at these community centers and inspire them to visit the nearest Thusong Service Centre to explore and utilize the facilities offered.

The event will take place at the NG Church Hall in Rawsonville, Western Cape Province, on September 19th, 2023. Members of the media are encouraged to cover this significant event, highlighting the crucial role Thusong Service Centres play in the everyday lives of South African residents.

Celebrating Public Servants and Service Delivery

As the opening ceremony commences, various public servants are anticipated to share their experiences and the essential services they provide to the local community. Through these narratives, the event aims to offer a thorough understanding of the crucial role public servants play in delivering quality services.

Historically, South Africa has experienced numerous artistic and cultural movements that have molded the nation’s identity. Similarly, the Thusong Service Centres exemplify the government’s dedication to enhancing the lives of its residents. By making essential services readily available to the public, these centers are assisting in closing the gap between the government and the community, fostering trust and collaboration.

Various activities and programs will be organized during Thusong Service Centre Week to emphasize the significance of exceptional public service delivery. These events will be tailored to engage the community, fostering opportunities for dialogue and communication between civil servants and the public they serve. In doing so, the event aims to cultivate a mutual understanding of the challenges faced by public servants and discover approaches for improvement.

Promoting Excellence in Public Service

As the week’s activities progress, participants can expect to witness presentations, panel discussions, and workshops showcasing best practices in public service delivery. These events are designed to foster a sense of unity and professionalism among public servants, inspiring them to continually enhance their skills and strive for excellence in their responsibilities.

Public servants employed at Thusong Service Centres play a vital role in catering to the needs of local communities. They are responsible for addressing various citizen concerns, spanning from health services and education to social benefits and information provision. By showcasing their accomplishments and contributions, the ninth Annual Thusong Service Centre Week aspires to acknowledge and honor their commitment to serving the nation.

The significance of exceptional public service delivery is undeniable, as it is the foundation of any thriving democracy. Quality service fosters trust in the government, fortifies the bonds between citizens and their elected officials, and ultimately contributes to the nation’s overall well-being.

By celebrating the ninth Annual Thusong Service Centre Week, South Africa takes a significant stride towards promoting and nurturing a culture of excellence in public service delivery. By exhibiting the invaluable contributions of public servants, especially those at the forefront, the event serves as a reminder of the importance of prioritizing the needs of the people and ensuring that essential government services are accessible to all citizens.

For those interested in attending the event and partaking in the week’s activities, more information can be found on

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