Induction process workshop held

2017-04-19 06:01
Preparation for induction training was held in Upington recently. It was attended by ward committee coordinators, community liaison officers and community development workers of all five regions of the Northern Cape.Photo: Supplied

Preparation for induction training was held in Upington recently. It was attended by ward committee coordinators, community liaison officers and community development workers of all five regions of the Northern Cape.Photo: Supplied

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To complete the ward committee election process in the different wards, the Northern Cape Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs (CoGHSTA) with the national department, has prepared local government for the upcoming induction processes.

The aim was to get ward committee coordinators to facilitate inductions in a standardised manner.

It further seeks to develop a plan of action and a clear outline for the process of induction of ward committees.

The workshop was held in Upington on Monday, 10 April, and Tuesday, 11 April.

According to Lerato Chetetsi of Coghsta, guidance on the standard approach that municipalities need to follow for the ward committee inductions in the province, were facilitated during the programme.

A session was also held where ideas were exchanged and stories of sccess and challenges that municipalities have encountered, were shared.

The municipal elections of ward committees commenced on 22 March and announcements of the outcome are still to come.

The workshop was attended by current ward committee coordinators of all the municipalities in the province, community liaison officers of all five regions and community development workers.

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