MEC Gaoage Oageng Molapisi Presents the 2023/24 North West Public Works and Roads Provincial Budget Vote

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On May 30th, 2023, the MEC for Public Works and Roads in North West province, Gaoage Oageng Molapisi, will deliver the 2023/2024 Budget Speech. This event is a crucial part of the legislative calendar, providing an opportunity for the Department of Public Works and Roads to account for the previous financial year, share feedback, and outline their plans for the upcoming year.

The Venue and Broadcast

The budget speech will take place at 9:00 am at the North West Provincial Legislature (NWPL) in Mmabatho. To ensure accessibility, the event will be broadcast live on multiple platforms, including radio stations like Motsweding FM and YOU FM. The NWPL’s social media pages will also stream the proceedings.

The Importance of Transparency and Accountability

The budget speech highlights the department’s commitment to transparency and accountability. The MEC and his department engage with the community and media through this platform, allowing the public to gain insight into the plans and strategies for Public Works and Roads in the North West province.

The Significance for the Citizens

It is crucial for the citizens of North West province to follow the budget speech. By doing so, they can understand the department’s priorities and objectives for the coming year. Following the speech, members of the media and the community can participate in discussions, giving their opinions and concerns.

The Topics to be Addressed

Although the specifics of the speech are not available, it is reasonable to assume that it will address topics related to Public Works and Roads, including infrastructure development, road maintenance, and the implementation of new technologies. The speech is also likely to touch on the department’s financial performance, resource allocation, and challenges faced in the previous year.

The Importance of an Informed Public

As the date of the event approaches, it is essential for the citizens of North West province to educate themselves on the various issues that the department is responsible for. An informed public is crucial for a healthy democracy, and participating in the discussion surrounding the budget speech ensures that the government remains accountable and responsive to its citizens’ needs.

Contacts for Inquiries

For those with inquiries or requiring further information on the budget speech, the Department of Public Works and Roads has provided contact details. Lerato Gambu can be reached via phone at 076 322 1165 or email at lgambu@nwpg.gov.za. Matshube Mfoloe can be contacted by phone at 082 337 3207.

In conclusion, the 2023/2024 Budget Speech by MEC Gaoage Oageng Molapisi is an essential event for the North West province. By actively engaging with the proceedings and paying attention to the details presented, the citizens of North West province can contribute to the ongoing conversation about the future development of their region.

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