Minister of Human Settlements Lindiwe Sisulu declared no military veterans housing project will be implemented without the allocation of certain percentage of the work to Military Veterans companies. “We have established a Task Team to look at issues of Military Veterans and some of the things we are dealing with...

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  • Junaid Arendse arrives home to a warm welcome

    Last month seven year-old Junaid Arendse from Mitchells Plein in Cape Town, who lives with pancreatic cancer arrived back home to a warm welcome by his family and neighbours that celebrated a special visit to the family by Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu. The Minister was accompanied by senior officials...

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  • Houses for Clayville

    Gauteng MEC for Human Settlements Paul Mashatile on 25 April 2017 handed over more than 100 houses and Title deeds to beneficiaries in Clayville, Ekurhuleni. Clayville housing project, situated next to Tembisa Township has been classified as a Mega project identified to benefit residents of Madelakufa Informal Settlement and Freedom...

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  • President Zuma launches biggest Social Housing project in South Africa

    Projects such as Westgate Social Housing provide tangible proof that we are a country where people and children from all racial and cultural backgrounds can live and play together, said President Zuma. President Zuma was speaking at the launch of Westgate Social Housing project in Pietermaritzburg on 1st April 2017....

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  • Minister Sisulu talks to the people of Bronkhorstspruit and Nellmapius

    Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu last week visited the areas of the Bronkhorstspruit and Nellmapuis in the City of Tshwane to interact with the community and examine progress and challenges encountered in the delivery of decent shelter. Members of the community raised among other issues, the problem of land invasion,...

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  • Rural housing important in dealing with urbanisation

    Minister of Human Settlements Lindiwe Sisulu has encouraged the provision of necessary services in the rural areas in order to ease the rate of urbanisation. “Let us provide our people in the rural areas with dignity and shelter and encourage them to remain productive on the land so that our...

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  • Social Housing institutions need to shift gear

    Deputy Minister of Human Settlements Zou Kota – Fredericks says Social Housing Institutions should get ready to do business differently. “The need for 320 000 more affordable rental housing units in urban areas presents an opportunity for more Social Housing Institutions (SHI) to work together in order to achieve this...

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  • SA Marks International Women’s Day

    The Deputy Minister of Human Settlements, Hon (MP) Zou Kota-Fredericks has launched the Transformation Charter on the 8th of March at the Cedarhood conference hall in Woodmead. The charter coincided with the commemoration of the international women’s day. Although this was marking an international day, South Africa’s great heroines like...

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  • Government will find a permanent solution to Hout Bay problems

    Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has pledged to find a permanent solution to the problems besetting the community of Imzamo Yethu in Hout Bay, Cape Town which include amongst other, deadly fires that often leave people homeless and helpless. "After spending an afternoon here, it is clear that we have...

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