IMIESA - May 2005
Volumes & issues
Source: IMIESA 05, pp 70 –71 (2005)More Less
Extracted from text ... 70 - LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUPPLIER 2005 WISA The Water Institute of South Africa (WISA) holds a proud history since 1937 as the only indigenous association that serves professionals in the water sector. As such, it has built up an enviable reputation as an 'honest broker' and enjoys the trust not only of its members, but also of external parties. Lately, the organisation has become involved in a number of developments that not only serve the interests of its members in the long run, but where its participation also serves the South African water sector as a whole. The association is ..
Source: IMIESA 05, pp 79 –81 (2005)More Less
Extracted from text ... DWAF DWAF supporting Project Consolidate Poverty eradication and building the second economy remain key components of the government's commitment to the people of South Africa. With regards to water and sanitation services, the government aims to ensure that all the people in South Africa have access to basic water by 2008 and sanitation services by 2010 and that they benefit from these rights as stated in our Constitution (Act 108 of 1996) and the Bill of Rights. The government is well on track in meeting these targets and there has been a dedicated programme to provide water and sanitation services ..
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Extracted from text ... LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUPPLIER 2005 - 83 TCTA At first glance, it seems incredible that a team of some 50 people can manage the liability of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project, fund and implement the Berg Water Project in the Western Cape and the new VRESAP pipeline construction in the Mpumalanga Highlands, while providing treasury management services to Umgeni Water. However, the TCTA has attracted top talent to achieve all of this in a multi-tasking team structure that takes pride in the quality of its service delivery. TCTA was created by the government to implement the South African section of the ..
Source: IMIESA 05 (2005)More Less
Extracted from text ... LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUPPLIER 2005 - 91 Albany Coast Water PO Box 51, Boesmansriviermond, 6190 (046) 648-1233, (046) 648-1552 email@example.com Amatola Water Private Bag X5, Tecoma, 5214 (043) 721-0814, (043) 721-0813 firstname.lastname@example.org Bloem Water PO Box 30121, Pellissier, 9322 (051) 403-0800, (051) 422-5333 email@example.com Botshelo Water PO Box 4500, Mmabatho, 2735 (018) 392-2828, (018) 392-3655 Msimbo@nwpg.org.za Bushbuckridge Water PO Box 363, Mafemani, 1285 (013) 799-1130/1/2, (013) 799- 1129/1713 firstname.lastname@example.org City of Cape Town PO Box 16548, Vlaeberg, 8018 (021) 487-2345, (021) 487-2592 Dave.email@example.com Ikangala Water Private Bag X10576, Bronkhorstspruit, 1020 (013) 933-3770, (013) 933-3763 firstname.lastname@example.org Johannesburg Water PO Box 61542, ..
Author Krish KumarSource: IMIESA 05, pp 94 –95 (2005)More Less
Extracted from text ... 94 - LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUPPLIER 2005 The Institute of Municipal Finance Officers (IMFO) was established in 1929 in terms of the Companies' Act as an Association Not for Gain. Its main objective is to promote the interest of local government in the financial and allied fields through: the provision of advice to institutions, including central and provincial government and organised local government, commissions and other bodies or persons training and advancing the knowledge of members of the institute promoting the interests of the profession of the municipal finance officer. Professionalism is simply a matter of maintaining ..