Presidency Deputy Minister Thembi Siweya and Premier of the Northern Cape Dr Saul to relaunch the Manne Dipico Thusong Centre: 17 Sept

16 September 2021

The Deputy Minister in the Presidency, Ms. Thembi Siweya, and Premier of the Northern Cape, Dr Zamani Saul, will officially relaunch the Manne Dipico Thusong Centre in Kimberly on 17 September 2021. The centre was recently refurbished and reopened for the public to access various government services.

The centre houses multiple government services that include applications for social grants, identity documents, and municipal and library services.

On the day of the launch, a mobile vaccine site will be set up to encourage members of the public to vaccinate and contribute towards population immunity. Young people will also have an opportunity to register for elections at the invited IEC mobile stall.

Deputy Minister Siweya and Premier Saul will be accompanied by members of the provincial executive committee, local mayor and senior officials from various government departments.

Members of the media are invited as follows:

Date:    17 September 2021
Venue: Manne Dipico Thusong Centre, Kimberly, Northern Cape
Time:   07h30

For confirmation, kindly contact Mr Phetole Rampedi at 082 890 8366 or email Phetole@dpme.gov.za(link sends e-mail)  

For enquiries, kindly contact
Mr Lawrence Ngoveni
Cell: 0828243060
E-mail Lawrence.ngoveni@dpme.gov.za(link sends e-mail)  

or

Ms Bronwyn Thomas-Abrahams  
Cell: 083 4476 586
E-mail bthomas-abrahams@ncpg.gov.za(link sends e-mail)

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Issued by: Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation

Year: 
2021
Media Statement date: 
Thursday, September 16, 2021