MEC Dube Visited Ladysmith In Uthukela As District Service Delivery Champion Of That District

In what has been colloquially termed the #SiegeOfLadysmith2020 in the media saw the town descend into chaos, plunged into turmoil and totally shut down impacting adversely on business. Thefeore the MEC for Economic Development and the MEC champion for that District on 07th March 2020 decided to visit that area to meet with the different stake Holders in order to seek immediate solutions facing that area.

 

“We have been very concerned with the situation in Ladysmith especially in the age of scarce jobs where we saw thriving businesses closing its doors. Just in October we were in uThukela discussing with the local chamber the solutions to bring back business, retain the existing and attracting new businesses in town. Hence we decided to meet with various stakeholders to iron out the issues,” said MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs Ms Nomusa Dube-Ncube.

 

Dube-Ncube has also been charged by the Premier, Sihle Zikalala to resolve a plethora of service delivery challenges especially water shortages in Okhahlamba, in Bergville. Apart from the also visited a place called KwaMsomsuku Ward 31 to access the service and introduced the EPWP Workers from EDTEA.

 


MEC Dube- Ncube, Inkosi Sthole , Deputy Mayor Afraid Duma: Ms Thuli Radebe and Deputy Mayor uThukela:Ms Nombali Mchunu handing out food parcel to one of the beneficiaries.

 


MEC Dube- Ncube, Inkosi Sthole , Deputy Mayor Afraid Duma: Ms Thuli Radebe and Deputy Mayor uThukela:Ms Nombali Mchunua and Social Development Official.

 


MEC Dube- Ncube, Inkosi Sthole , Deputy Mayor Afraid Duma: Ms Thuli Radebe and Deputy Mayor uThukela:Ms Nombali Mchunu handing out food parcel to one of the beneficiaries.

 


MEC Dube- Ncube, Inkosi Sthole , handing out food parcels to the beneficiary.

 


MEC Dube-Ncube interacting with the beneficiaries.