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Projects 2002-2004
Development Initiatives since 2002 - 2004

The following projects were implemented in the various areas of Phokwane Local Municipality during 2002 to dates.

 
Pampierstad
  • Street lighting repair and three new High Masts R1 million
  • 250 Housing Project R4 million
  • 900 Housing Project R17 million
  • Water and Sanitation 900 Housing R6 million
  • Upgrading Pampierstad Stadium R500 000
  • Repair and renovating the community hall R90 000
  • Sewerage Reticulation R7 million
  • Library Development R150 000

Hartswater
  • 49 Pre-paid electricity installation R110 000
  • Thagadiepelajang Resettlement - Installation of Services R4,7 million
  • Thagadiepelajang Resettlement - Building of 636 houses R18,2 million
  • Upgrading of bulk water facilities R800 000
  • Upgrading of Bonita Park roads R600 000
  • Library Development R60 000
  • Purchase Mordernise Refuse Truck R700 000
  • Commissioned Study for alternative dump site R80 000
  • Facilitated a Community LED project: Bonita Olive (to be funded by NDA & Department of Land Affairs benefiting 16 people)
Jan Kempdorp
  • Provision of Water and Sanitation R7 million
  • Building 79 houses in Andalusia Extension R1,2 million
  • Electrical Connections in Valspan R1,2 million
  • 79 Houses Pre-paid electricity network in JKD town R1,8 million
  • Upgrading of Valspan Stadium R2,4 million
  • Building 300 houses in Valspan R4,8 million
  • Upgrading of electricity network in JKD town R1,8 million
  • Library development R60 000
  • Facilitate Brick-making project in Valspan (20 participants benefiting) R300 000
Ganspan
  • Installation of pre-paid electricity R65 000
  • Provision of Public Lighting R100 000
2004 by Phokwane Local Municipality in the Northern Cape Province (Republic of South Africa)