• MEC Bongiwe Mbinqo-Gigaba

    A daughter of the soil of the Northern Cape and hails from the dusty streets of the Kuyasa Township in Colesberg.She is a women of virtue and simplicity, after all, she is a living inspiration to many of our youth in the Northern Cape. If one takes a closer look at the enchanting power of her, two distinct virtues rises above the rest and that is her perseverance and hard work. She became the person......read more

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  • Roads Achievements

    02 June 2015

    The Department of Roads and Public Works is responsible for the maintenance and upgrading of provincial roads in the Northern Cape province. Over the past financial year we can without equivocation, share the following achievements:•    The successful implementation of Rooting out the Dust Programme such......read more

  • Public Works Progress

    02 June 2015

    New De Aar Hospital The New De Aar Hospital project comprises of a construction of a 158-bed hospital: 95 main hospital beds, 63 beds for the TB-unit. Construction of the Main Hospital is 70% complete and five of the six construction phases are complete. To......read more

  • EPWP - Rooting out the dust

    02 June 2015

    Rooting out the Dust is the Department’s intervention programme, initiated during 2009, aimed at assisting the province to create additional work opportunities through Labour Intensive Methods. The Programme entails targeting towns to eradicate dusty environments across all Northern Cape municipalities. For the year under review......read more

Public Works


Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings Kimberley-The Honourable President Jacob Zuma during his State of the Nation Address stated: “We urge all individuals, households, industries, and government departments to save electricity in order to reduce the need for load shedding. The Department of Public Works has been......

  • HOD Kholekile Stanford Nogwili

    Kholekile Stanford Nogwili is born on 25 May 1967 and bred in the Northern Cape at now called Z.F Mgcawu District in Upington. He matriculated in 1987 in the Eastern Cape at Zimlindile High School. This were the period of the apartheid government total onslaught on the African people. Like many young people at the time, Mr. Nogwili activism in politics was revived and as a result went to Khaya College in Cape Town in......read more

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