The Joe Morolong Road Project

SIOC-CDT, in partnership with the Department of Roads and Public Works in the Northern Cape, funded the Joe Morolong road project. The project was focused on the upgrading of gravel to tarred roads within the Joe Morolong local municipality in the John Taolo Gaetsewe District. This intervention assisted with resolving a community service delivery protest that had an impact on the education programmes in the area.

 

OBJECTIVES

The objectives of the project were to enhance job creation through infrastructure investment and the development and strengthening of Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs), targeting previously disadvantaged individuals and assuring skills development for local people. The project further delivered an essential infrastructural development to the area.

YEAR

MARCH 2014 – DECEMBER 2015

PROJECT VALUE

R 91 0000 000.00

NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES

266 400

SMMES

11

JOBS CREATED

205

About Us

SIOC-CDT's primary goal is to implement sustainable socio-economic initiatives through partnering with key stakeholders to ensure that beneficiary communities have sustainable income and are empowered to thrive beyond the lifespan of the mine.

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