DA Local Government Manifesto 2011

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Apr 1, 2011 1 Comment ›› Brett Herron

On 18 May 2011, you will vote for a councillor to represent your ward and the party you wish to govern your municipality.

The choice you make will have an impact on your life for the next five years.

Why is this choice so important?

Whoever governs your city or town council controls many of the things that affect you.

DA Local Government Manifesto 2011Your municipality is wholly or partly responsible for things like:

  • Creating the conditions for economic growth and job creation
  • Crime prevention
  • Delivery of basic services such as water, sanitation, electricity and refuse removal
  • Public transport
  • Housing
  • Setting and collecting rates and service charges
  • Town planning and making the rules for development
  • Construction and maintenance of municipal roads
  • Trading and building regulations
  • Primary healthcare at municipal clinics
  • Traffic and parking
  • Recreation facilities, parks, beaches and other public amenities

This manifesto tells you about the DA’s approach to local government. It shows why the DA is becoming the party of choice for every South African who wants the better life promised in 1994.

Download the Manifesto: DA Local Government Manifesto 2011

 

 


Comments

  1. Lianne says:

    Hi,

    I think the things you are doing in Woodstock are wonderful.I have been in contact with Minister Windi who has suggested me going ahead with a project that came out of the GovhackSA event I ran last year. I am going to be using Woodstock as a the pilot project and hoping that it is a success so that it can be implemented in other wards and used as a stepping stone to foster greater collaboration with the public and government.

    Background: I ran GovHackSA and I feel that the app we created could really assist in making woodstock seen as the innovation leader with tech. I have the go ahead to continue in a silo but I feel that collaboration is key and would like the opportunity to run the project objectives and outcomes past you.

    Even a phone call or I can pop past your offices.

    Thank you for taking the time and the opportunity in your busy diary.

    Lianne du Toit
    082 498 0981

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