A new project, funded jointly by the South African Local Government Association and the European Union, will help build capacity for several local municipalities.
SALGA celebrates the exceptional youth leaders in local government and commemorates the fallen youth of 1976. Lwando Njamela writes.
Mwangi Githahu reveals how a media and stakeholder engagement programme is equipping municipal leaders with communication skills to foster better relations with stakeholders.
Between 1998/99 and 2016/17, the public sector spent more than R2.7-trillion on infrastructure.
SALGA shared information on fair labour practice, labour relations management and performance management during the inaugural local government Labour Law Seminar.
With changing customer requirements, an increased focus on renewables and a desire for improved service delivery, the country’s energy needs are changing, and Eskom will need to change too if it is to remain a key player.
During the 2018 budget vote speech, deputy minister of water and sanitation Pamela Tshwete reported that the Department of Water and Sanitation has made progress in advancing the role of women in the sector through the mentorship programme.
During her budget speech earlier this year, Minister Edna Molewa shared that the environmental sector continues to be a source and facilitator of investment, job creation, entrepreneurship and skills development – in line with the key objectives of the National Development Plan (NDP).
SALGA’s Youth Development Programme ensures our country’s future leaders receive year-round attention, writes Dale Hes.
A new forum enabling municipal speakers across the country to consult one another on matters of common interest should aid governance and service delivery, reports Rodney Weideman.
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The escalating killing of councillors and municipal managers in the country is a concern for SALGA.
South Africa and China have a long-standing relationship, with the recent SALGA/CPAFFC Forum building on this strong foundation, writes Rodney Weideman.
SALGA makes its voice heard during key parliamentary debates, reports Rodney Weideman.
Many rural areas and small towns in South Africa are struggling to remain economically viable and SALGA is spearheading a drive to find holistic solutions to the problem.
SALGA partners with a sister organisation in the Netherlands to help deliver on its mandate to provide municipalities with access to this precious resource, reports Shantalie Hewavasenti.