Province of Gauteng will create 500 jobs

Province of Gauteng will create 500 jobs

To aid with the relocation of communities in a secure manner, the Gauteng Province will establish 500 employment for fit and mobile individuals for two months.

These employees will assist in the physical relocation process, including the erection of structures and the relocation of furniture and goods.

The Gauteng Department of Human Communities has designated Emfuleni, Midvaal, Mogale City, Rand West, Johannesburg, and Tshwane informal settlements for relocation.

The agency stated that they are aware of the predicament of the Tshwane Mamelodi flood victims.

In addition, they are committed to moving individuals to other informal settlements inside the province.

The 500 jobs will be established particularly to assist with these relocations.

They are currently residing in the city of Tshwane-provided temporary shelter.

Tahir Sema, a department spokesperson, states that the department remains dedicated to moving individuals to various informal settlements.

According to Sema, relocation preparations are underway, and we will provide an update in February.

Tahir stated that the migration to livable land would be limited to those areas deemed as posing the greatest threat to the lives and livelihoods of people.

“Informal settlements on land suitable for upgrading will be reorganized to permit road access for services and additional improvement.”

To aid in the safe relocation of communities, the agency will establish 500 employment for fit and mobile individuals for two months.

Additionally, there is no measles epidemic in Tshwane.

These employees will assist in the physical relocation process, including the erection of structures and the relocation of furniture and goods.

In the municipalities of Emfuleni, Midvaal, Mogale City, Rand West, Johannesburg, and City of Tshwane, the department will relocate informal communities.

Additionally, Sema warns Gauteng people that illegally occupying suitable or unsuitable land is harmful and unlawful.

It is foolish and dangerous to reside in or near flood-prone regions.

According to Sema, this relocation attempt is a component of the government’s initiative to upgrade the informal settlements program policy.

Since 2019, the Mamelodi flood victims of 77 Bufferlake informal settlement have repeatedly lost belongings, essential documents, and homes owing to excessive rains that have eroded their low-lying land.

 

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