Hon Chairperson, the vast majority of South Africans lives in squalor and under constraints social infrastructure. The road infrastructure in the rural villages has regressed over the past twenty five years. Short workmanship leads to road fatalities and spiralling road accidents.
The share decision of intergovernmental relations between departments across different spheres of government is non-existent. The unity of purpose drives towards building a coherent state apparatus is misleading action.
The extent of this neglect has seen unmitigated number of rural villagers preferring the cities for unsustainable human settlement. As a consequence, the equitable share for the affected municipalities takes a hard knock. The community protests have spiralled out of control. Trust and disillusionment are the things of the day. There is an urgent need to improve the social infrastructure of these rural communities.