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MILE Facilitates the R61 Corridor Development Stakeholder Workshop in Mthatha
The National Department of Cooperative Governance (DCOG) partnered with MILE in facilitating the R61 Regional Corridor Development Stakeholder Workshop in Mthatha. It took place from the 11th to the 12th of July 2019 and was attended by delegates representing municipalities within the Alfred Nzo, Chris Hani and OR Tambo Districts. 

The R61 Corridor Development initiative is spearheaded by DCOG and seeks to leverage on the existing public investment. More specifically, the initiative aims at revitalising the Mthatha and Komani industrial parks as anchors and incorporate other existing initiatives led by other institutions. 

During the course of the workshop, delegates defined the programme implementation approach and agreed on specific areas of focus and resource mobilisation plan. 

In her closing remarks, Deputy Mayor of Chris Hani thanked the delegates for their contributions. She said, “the R61 Corridor will create a conducive environment for economic transformation of the [Eastern Cape] province that will lead to poverty reduction by creating job opportunities.” 

Download the Learning Note below:

 

 R61 Corridor Development Stakeholder Workshop in Mthatha

 
  
  
  
  
Final R61 Learning Notes.pdf
  
13/08/2019 13:54Janice Moodley
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