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Department of Transport Community Safety and Liason KZN

17 EPISODES |  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

KZN Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

11 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±25 min episode every 3 weeks, 5 days
Our Departments vision is People Centred sustainable Co-operative governance. We aim to achieve this through coordinating and fostering cooperation amongst governance institutions and building capacity to accelerate delivery of high quality services to communities

SASSA

5 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±18 min episode every 20 weeks, 1 day
The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is a government entity responsible for distributing social grants to more than 16 million deserving South Africans. Operating since 2006, SASSA continues to pride itself as one of government's flagship agencies aimed at mitigating the devastating impact of poverty and unemployment prevalent in our society. Through the distribution of various social grants SASSA aims at poverty elimination, promotion of social cohesion as well as contributing to economic development.

KZN Department Of Health

2 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±55 min episode every 9 weeks, 2 days
Vision:
Optimal health for all persons in KwaZulu-Natal
Mission:
To develop and implement a sustainable, coordinated, integrated and comprehensive health system at all levels, based on the Primary Health Care approach through the District Health System, to ensure universal access to health care
Core Values
Trustworthiness, honesty and integrity
Open communication, transparency and consultation
Professionalism, accountability and commitment to excellence
Loyalty and compassion
Continuous learning, amenable to change and innovation

KZN DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

3 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±15 min episode every 1 hour
“Leading Social Compact and Economic Emancipation Through a Revolutionary Education for all”
The KZN MEC for Education, Honourable Kwazi Mshengu

Vision
A well educated, skilled and highly developed citizenry.

Mission
To provide equitable access to quality education for the people of KwaZulu-Natal.

KZN African National Congress

0 EPISODES |  Podcast
The African National Congress (ANC) is the Republic of South Africa's governing political party. It has been the ruling party of post-apartheid South Africa since the election of Nelson Mandela in the 1994 election, winning every election since then. Cyril Ramaphosa, the incumbent President of South Africa, has served as leader of the ANC since 18 December 2017.[4]

Founded on 8 January 1912 by John Langalibalele Dube in Bloemfontein as the South African Native National Congress (SANNC), its primary mission was to bring all Africans together as one people, to defend their rights and freedoms. This included giving full voting rights to black South Africans and mixed-race South Africans and, from 1948 onwards, to end the system of apartheid introduced by the Nationalist Party government after their election (by White voters only) in that year.[5]

The ANC originally attempted to use non-violent protests to end apartheid; however, the Sharpeville massacre in March 1960, in which 69 black Africans were shot and killed by police and hundreds wounded during a peaceful protest, contributed to deteriorating relations with the South African government. On 8 April 1960, the administration of Charles Robberts Swart banned the ANC in South Africa.[6] After the ban, the ANC formed the Umkhonto we Sizwe (Spear of the Nation) to fight against apartheid utilising guerrilla warfare and sabotage.

KZN Department of Arts & Culture Arts

0 EPISODES |  Podcast
The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Arts and Culture promotes, supports, develops and protects the arts, culture and heritage of the province. The province’s heritage sites, museums and monuments also fall under this ministry.

The Department believes that arts and culture play a crucial role in nation-building as well as in developing a new national identity reflective of our democracy. The Department’s initiatives such as the Social Cohesion Programme ensure that people are proud of their diverse culture and heritage.

The KZN MEC for this portfolio is Mrs Bongiwe Sithole-Moloi and the political head on a national front, Minister of Arts and Culture is Nathi Mthethwa.

KZN Department of Human Settlements

0 EPISODES |  Podcast
VISION
Together Breaking New Ground to achieve decent, integrated and sustainable human settlement patterns.
MISSION
To deliver suitably located housing opportunities and security of tenure over the next five years through collaborative partnership, legislative planning processes and empowerment of women in construction.

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
Ensure financial viability of the Department
Provision of skilled resources
Implement projects that ensure spatial, social and economic integration
Accelerate the delivery of slums clearance projects and Outcome 8 Projects
Accelerate the creation of rental housing opportunities, and implement projects that ensure spatial, social and economic integration
To fast-track the transfer of the title deeds to promote home ownership
VALUES
The Department subscribes to the principles of Batho Pele and embraces the following Key Values:

Commitment to performance;
Trust and Honesty;
Transparency and Consultation;
Integrity; and
Accountability.

City of Umhlathuze local Municipality

0 EPISODES |  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

EThekwini Municipality

0 EPISODES |  Podcast
EThekwini Municipality is a Category A municipality found in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal. The area is topographically hilly, with many gorges and ravines, and almost no true coastal plain. Durban has a turbulent history dating from ivory hunters in the 1820s and their conflict with the local Zulu monarchs.

The province has the largest number of battlefields. The world-class Durban Chief Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre (ICC) has hosted a historic line-up of events including conferences of a global scale.

eThekwini is the largest City in this province and the third largest city in the country. It is a sophisticated cosmopolitan city of over 3 442 398 people (as per 2011 Census). It is known as the home of Africa's best-managed, busiest port and is also a major centre of tourism because of the city's warm subtropical climate and extensive beaches. ​​

Its land area of 2,297 square km is comparatively larger than other South African cities. Durban Tourism is the leading domestic destination in South Africa. The estimated visitor numbers for the financial year 2010/11 is 9.95 million.

International visitors increased by 2.92 % to 669 585 for the year. This is partly to due to the 2010 World Cup, as Durban was one of the host cities. The value of our domestic tourism economic impact on the region’s GDP is estimated to be 8. % per annum. Hotel occupancy in Durban for the year averaged 65.17% which is better than the national average.

Hospitality industry consists of many fine hotels, nightspots, shopping malls, ethnic attractions, traditional villages, craft markets, sparkling dams and big-game parks, such as, Mitchell Park where 100 year old Admiral tortoise is kept.

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