Tuesday, July 14, 2015

City of Cape Town aiming to create 42 000 temporary work opportunities

Loyiso Langeni
14 July 2015

The City of Cape Town said it is aiming to create more than 42 000 temporary work opportunities through its Expanded Public Works Programme in the 2015/2016 financial year.

Mayoral Committee Member for Social Development and Early Childhood Development Suzette Little said of the 42 500 work opportunities set as a target for the financial year, more than 76% will be accommodated in Utility Services, Transport for Cape Town, Human Settlements and Community Services.

“We are breaking to our new financial year which starts in 14th July to June 2016 and this year we are looking at the target of 42 000 work opportunities through Expanded Public Works Programme” Little said.

Little added that all unemployed residents who are interested and willing to work on the programme are required to register at their nearest sub-council office to be considered for opportunities as and when they become available. 



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