Crack team: keeping an eye on spending

2012-03-11 00:00

KZN’s infrastructure crack team, a panel of experts, will be keeping an eye on spending on infrastructure projects. This is to ensure that there is no waste, to assist with problems and to monitor progress.

Finance MEC Ina Cronjé said the team would be deployed to various departments to assist with project management.

This will include identifiying and unblocking obstacles that hamper project delivery and strengthening capacity in departments through skills transfer

The team was established in 2011 at a time when spending on infrastructure projects was at a low and money had go back to national Treasury.

“We want the province to become a model for spending wisely and correctly on infrastructure,” said Cronje.


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