Community set to benefit

2015-07-29 06:00
FROM the left are Anita Koverjee (CFO of Tsantsabane), Deyoung Minnies (finance official) accepting the car keys from Elroy Phethe (Tsantsabane mayor) and Julius Theys, the director of Community Development.
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FROM the left are Anita Koverjee (CFO of Tsantsabane), Deyoung Minnies (finance official) accepting the car keys from Elroy Phethe (Tsantsabane mayor) and Julius Theys, the director of Community Development. Photo: Supplied

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THE new additional white fleet benefit that was recently launched at the Tsantsabane Municipality is expected to enhance service delivery of the municipality, particularly in areas such as community and technical services.

The introduction of the 20-vehicle fleet came after the 2014-’15 budget included and approved the procurement of this Yellow and White Ffleet for the purpose of enhancing the capacity of the Tsantsabane Municipality to provide services to the community.

According to Joseph Kekgopilwe, communications officer at Tsantsabane, proper tender processes were followed, after which a three-year contract was signed to the amount of R320 000 per month with a service provider to render the service.

Delays in response time to emergencies on electricity, water and sewer services will be a thing of the past for the municipality.

That was a promise made by the mayor of Tsantsabane, Elroy Phethe, when he highlighted the fleet’s significance of enhancing service delivery and reducing operational cost and fleet management risks that the municipality currently experienced.

The vehicles are reported to be fitted with fuel usage monitoring and tracking management techno-logy to enhance fleet management

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