Government

CHRISTMAS WISH 2018

18 EPISODES | HOT 102.7FM |  Podcast, ±8 min episode every 14 hours
Christmas Wish is officially open on Mansfield on the Morning! It’s been a tough year for everyone, for some people more than others, and we all know someone that is going through an especially difficult time. This is the time to spotlight those people because this initiative is aimed at improving the lives of the individual.

City of Umhlathuze local Municipality

0 EPISODES | OUTSIDE BROADCASTING FACILITIES |  Podcast
The Port City of uMhlathuze offering a high quality of life for all its citizens through sustainable development and inclusive economic growth
Mission
The City of uMhlathuze commits itself to:

Job creation and inclusive economic growth through accelerated economic development and transformation;
Enhancing industry based skills development and strategic support to education priority programmes;
Community based initiatives to improve quality of citizens health and well-being;
Creating safer city through integrated and community based public safety;
Planned and accelerated rural development interventions;
Promotion and maintenance of spatial equity and transformation;
Optimal management of natural resources and ccommitment to sustainable environmental management;
Use of Information, Communication and Technology Systems (ICT) to improve productivity and efficiencies in line with Smart City principles; and
Good governance, capable and developmental municipality

Cruising with Friends

13 EPISODES | CAPE COMMUNITY FM / CCFM107.5 |  Podcast, ±9 min episode every 8 weeks, 5 days
Tune in to the CCFM 107.5 Cruise Control show with the lovely Lady T & Cliffie D every Monday to Friday from 3:30pm-6:00pm for up to date traffic reports, as well as informative talk topics. Join the Cruise Control team for an entertaining commute home.

Cyril Ramaphosa - The Road to Presidential Power by Anthony Butler

17 EPISODES | BIZNEWS |  Series, ±44 min episode total time 12 hr 34 min
This is a serialised audiobook of the most comprehensive and respected biography on South Africa's president. Written by UCT Political Science professor Anthony Butler and read by Biznews founder Alec Hogg, it's broken into 28 instalments, with a fresh one published weekly on Mondays. The full audiobook is available for sale at R240 (incl VAT). Email jeanette@biznews.com for more details.

Department of Transport Community Safety and Liason KZN

17 EPISODES | OUTSIDE BROADCASTING FACILITIES |  Podcast, ±30 min episode every 21 weeks, 3 days
The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport was established in 1994 after a process of amalgamation between the former Natal Roads Department and KwaZulu Transport. Legislatively it was established in terms of Section 7 (subsection 2 and 3) of the Public Service Act, 1994 as amended.
The aims of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport is to:

Provide access and mobility within KwaZulu-Natal through the planning and provision of access roads and bridges (including pedestrian bridges) to communities, particularly the previously marginalised rural areas with the aim of improving the quality of the lives of our people. In so doing, we strive to achieve an equitable, balanced road network;
Effectively management the road infrastructure network through the planning, construction, repair and maintenance of a balanced road network that supports the Provincial Growth and Development Strategy and the Provincial Spatial Economic Development Strategy in order to promote economic and social development of KwaZulu-Natal;
Promote an integrated land transport system through the creation of a well-managed, integrated land transportation system that is accessible to all the people of KwaZulu-Natal;
Promote a safety road environment through the provision of a safe, regulated road environment through Education, Enforcement, Engineering and Evaluation.
The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport is responsible for the management of the transportation system in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, including:

The construction, upgrading, maintenance and control of the provincial road network;
The regulation, management and overall control of public and freight transport operations;
The registration and licensing of vehicles and drivers;
The regulation of traffic;
The implementation of Road Safety Campaigns and Awareness Programmes; and
The management of the provincial vehicle fleet.
The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport's vision is:

"PROSPERITY THROUGH MOBILITY"

This means that all

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