North West Province Accelerates Road Construction Projects

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The North West Province is committed to accelerating road construction projects to enhance the region’s infrastructure and promote economic growth. Acting Premier Nono Maloyi has pledged to ensure that all road projects meet their deadlines and closely monitor their progress.

Priority on Road Infrastructure Development Program

Premier Kaobitsa Bushy Maape emphasized the province’s commitment to the rigorous road infrastructure development program, with Nelson Mandela Drive being a priority. Acting Premier Maloyi highlighted that road infrastructure is crucial to the province’s developmental trajectory.

Close Monitoring and Accountability of Contractors

Acting Premier Maloyi visited Nelson Mandela Drive and expressed concern over the slow pace of the road construction project, which was initially supposed to be completed by September this year. Maloyi plans to visit the site on a fortnightly basis and closely monitor other projects to ensure that service providers fulfill their contractual obligations.

MEC for Public Works and Roads, Gaoage Oageng Molapisi, reaffirmed the department’s readiness to prevent any delays in road projects and promised to revisit the project in the next two weeks to see that it is completed on time.

Government’s Dedication to Improved Infrastructure

The accelerated service delivery plan demonstrates the government’s dedication to providing better living conditions for citizens by enhancing road infrastructure. By holding contractors accountable and closely monitoring progress, local authorities can ensure that projects align with the province’s developmental goals.

Contact Information

For further information on the road construction projects and the government’s efforts to improve infrastructure in the region, contact the North West Provincial Government’s spokesperson, Sello Tatai, and the Provincial Head of Communications, Brian Setswambung.

Improved Connectivity and Quality of Life

The ambitious road infrastructure development program, with projects like the Nelson Mandela Drive, will have a significant impact on the province’s economy and societal well-being. As the Acting Premier and MEC for Public Works and Roads push for timely completion and adherence to contractual obligations, citizens of the North West Province can look forward to improved connectivity and an enhanced quality of life.

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