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Department of Labour puts Musina on their focus

by Gabriel Mothiba last modified 2010-11-15 05:53

16 November 2010

Department of Labour (Limpopo Provincial Office) is embarking on a Rural Outreach Imbizo in Mopane School, Musina. The Outreach Imbizo; which will take place on 21 November (Sunday) at 10:00, aims at bringing the Departmental Services and those of other institutions at the doorsteps of members of the community, as part of the Department’s service delivery plans. 

“This Imbizo is aiming at educating the public about our services; and to make things even better, we have roped in other government departments and institutions to also render their services,” Said Mr Phaswane Tladi, Deputy Director (Inspection and Enforcement Services in Limpopo). 

The Department has collaborated with the CCMA (Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration) and other institutions and government departments including Home Affairs, Justice, Health and Social Welfare, Premiers’ Office, SAPS, Public Protector, Human Rights Commission, SASSA, NGO’s, Unions and others, who will render their services to the members of the community, on the said day. 

Tladi further added that they have availed busses to collect members of the public at collecting points such as Madimbo, Malale, Tshikhuduni, Tshipise, Schmidrift, Mopane, Linton, Ha-Brown, Richmont, Ponddrift, Mapungubwe, Waipe and other surrounding areas. “We want to touch every member within this area and ensure that they are aware of our services, before we can shift our focus on other areas, hence we have availed busses to collect them all around”, he added. 

Issued by the Department of Labour


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