Premier Maloyi Ignites Service Innovation in Landmark Event

  • Acting Premier Nono Maloyi launches Thuntsha Lerole Service Delivery Programme and 2023 Integrated Public Service Month.
  • Thuntsha Lerole empowers communities for local solutions; Integrated Public Service Month celebrates public servants' contributions.
  • Leaders, including MECs, Mayors, address service gaps through on-ground interventions; event fosters community engagement and dialogue.

In a significant move aimed at improving service delivery and community engagement, Acting Premier Nono Maloyi is all set to launch the Thuntsha Lerole Service Delivery Programme in conjunction with the commencement of the 2023 Integrated Public Service Month. The event, scheduled for September 1st, 2023, will take place at the Tswaing Local Municipality within the Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality, making it a culmination of the district-level rollout of the Accelerated Service Delivery Programme – Thuntsha Lerole. Notably, this launch coincides with the provincial inauguration of the 2023 Integrated Public Service Month celebration.

Empowering Communities, Improving Services

At the heart of the Thuntsha Lerole Service Delivery Programme lies the core objective of fostering community-led solutions to address the pressing challenges that affect local service delivery. The programme is designed to galvanize communities into action, urging them to actively participate in finding innovative solutions that can contribute to enhanced service provision in their respective areas. This approach aligns seamlessly with the principles of participatory governance, where local residents are empowered to play a pivotal role in shaping the quality and effectiveness of services they receive.

Celebrating Public Service Excellence

Concurrently, the launch of the 2023 Integrated Public Service Month carries the torch of recognizing and celebrating the tireless efforts of public servants across the three spheres of government in South Africa. This initiative is part of the Batho-Pele principles, which underscore the importance of putting people first and ensuring that public services are provided efficiently, transparently, and with the utmost professionalism.

A Gathering of Leaders and Visionaries

The launch event promises to be a congregation of leadership, vision, and actionable commitment. Acting Premier Nono Maloyi will lead the charge, accompanied by distinguished Members of the Executive Council (MECs) hailing from various governmental departments. Alongside them, Executive Mayors and Mayors representing the Ngaka Modiri Molema District will also grace the event with their presence. This formidable assembly of decision-makers underscores the significance attached to the launch and the collective determination to address service delivery gaps.

On-ground Service Delivery Interventions

The launch event will not be a mere ceremonial affair; it will be a testament to action. The collective leadership will actively participate in a variety of service delivery interventions across different areas of the Tswaing Local Municipality. Some of the tasks on the agenda include:

Repairing Street LightsRestoring adequate lighting to enhance community safety and security.
Fixing PotholesAddressing road infrastructure issues to improve the quality of local transportation.
Clearing Illegal Dumping SitesEliminating unsightly and hazardous dumping sites that mar the local environment.
De-bushing Crime HotspotsEnhancing security by clearing areas that may be prone to criminal activities.
Vehicle InspectionEnsuring that vehicles meet safety and compliance standards, contributing to road safety.
Business Compliance ChecksAssisting local businesses in adhering to regulations and standards, promoting a conducive business environment.
Identity Document ApplicationsFacilitating the process of applying for essential identity documents for residents.
Registration of SMMEsSupporting the growth of Small, Medium, and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) to stimulate economic activity.

These interventions underscore the holistic approach adopted by the government, ranging from infrastructure improvements to administrative support, aimed at enhancing the lives of citizens.

Promoting Community Engagement

The launch event will also serve as a platform for government service exhibitions and community feedback. This interaction is pivotal in strengthening the bond between the government and its citizens, allowing for open dialogue and the exchange of ideas. It also offers an opportunity for citizens to gain insights into the inner workings of various government departments and their role in ensuring a well-functioning society.

Mark Your Calendars

The Ngaka Modiri Molema Accelerated Service Delivery Programme – Thuntsha Lerole and the 2023 Provincial Integrated Public Service Month launch are scheduled to take place at the following venue and time:

  • Venue: Letsopa Community Hall – Ottosdal
  • Time: 09:00 AM
  • Date: Friday, 01 September 2023

All concerned citizens, community members, and stakeholders are encouraged to attend and actively participate in this momentous occasion. The launch symbolizes not only a commitment to improved service delivery but also a celebration of the dedicated efforts of



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