Latest stop on the Zuma roadshow: Spring Grove Dam

2013-11-20 09:27

President Jacob Zuma has praised his administration’s infrastructure roll-out programme as evidence of its service delivery record at the latest in a series of high profile project unveilings that will continue throughout the run-up to the 2014 elections. Zuma was speaking at the opening of the Spring Grove Dam at Rosetta in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, the latest of a series of project openings that he and his lieutenants have carried out in recent months. The projects have all been built under the auspices of the Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission (PICC), chaired by Zuma, which oversees government’s infrastructure programmes.

After a ceremony at which he opened the main valve of the dam – also known as the Mooi Mngeni Water Scheme – Zuma and his entourage, which included acting water affairs minister Nathi Mthethwa and cabinet colleague Ebrahim Patel as well as the KwaZulu-Natal cabinet, moved to Bruntville Community Health Centre at nearby Mooi River.

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