GROBLERSDAL – Sekhukhune District Municipality (SDM) and Lepelle Northern Water (LNW) finalised details, as per council resolution, of entry into contract which will culminate into a contract which will see (LWN), an entity of Limpopo provincial government, appointed as a water service provider for the coming ten years.
This during a productive meeting between Stan Ramaila, SDM Executive Mayor, his members of the moral committee, Yvonne Mmakola, Lorraine Manganeng and Orginia Mafefe together with acting municipal manager, Mpho Mofokeng and LNW Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Phineas Legodi and his entourage recently.
Moloko Moloto, SDM communications officer, said the meeting agreed that a service legal agreement ought to be by the 1st of February 2020 and that business be developed before the end of that month.
“The envisaged agreement will see LNW providing bulk water supply services, manage water treatment plants and implement a capital expenditure programme which aims to expand pipelines, reservoirs and pumping stations infrastructure, among others,” explained Moloto.
Ramaila expressed confidence that the agreement would reinforce SDM’s mandate to provide residents with portable water and sanitation.
Meanwhile, the situation remained uncontrollable in Moutse since residents embarked on a fierce service delivery on Tuesday over water shortages in the area.