MEDIA STATEMENTS: Minister Muthambi to visit Frontline Service Delivery Points and MEMEZA project in Diepsloot.

Date: 12 Dec 2017

Minister Muthambi to visit Frontline Service Deliver Points and MEMEZA project in Diepsloot.

Public Service and Administration Minister, Ms Faith Muthambi (MP), will on Wednesday 13 December 2017 embark on unannounced visits to the frontline service delivery points in the area of Diepsloot, Johannesburg.

Unannounced visits are part of a programme aimed at assessing the quality of service that public service institutions are rendering to the communities. It will thus afford government an opportunity to improve service delivery after identifying areas where there are deficiencies.The focus of the unannounced site visits will be on both internal and external clients, these being public servants and members of the communities being served.

The Minister will also visit some households where the Memeza household alarm were installed by the Centre for Public Service Innovation (CPSI), the Innovation Hub and SAPS. These alarms are linked directly to sector policing vehicles, CPF members, and the Diepsloot Police station.

The CPSI is a government component within the Ministry for Public Service and Administration, with a mandate to entrench the culture and practice of innovation in the public service. The Memeza project is one of the crime fighting innovations that the CPSI has worked on together with other stakeholders.


Since this is an unannounced monitoring visit, journalists and colleagues from the media are requested to join the Minister at the assembly point from where she will proceed to the service delivery points being visited.

Media interested in doing visits with Minister must join us at the assembly point.

    Date:13 December 2017
    Time:09h00 am
    Activity:Ministerial Unannounced visit to frontline Service delivery Points
    Venue:383 Ngeenyama Drive, Diepsloot Youth Centre, Gauteng Province

RSVPs should be forwarded to:

Mmabatho Mashaba

Tel: 012 683 2800/2814

Cell: 082 044 9543



Pfarelo Maduguma

Cell: 083 923 2328



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