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End of Term Print E-mail
28 June 2016

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The 2011/16 End of Term Report forms a report-back to residents of the city, reporting on the term of office, and its successes and challenges, in preparation for the incoming administration. The report documents the City’s strategic direction and progress against that, commitments made and achievements realised in the term of office, and continued areas of focus for the City as it strives towards 2040

In 2011, a solid foundation for delivery had been set by the previous administration, led by Executive Mayor, Councillor Amos Masondo. Major projects were initiated such as the Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transit system and service delivery had been increased across the city. A focus on development in Soweto had seen its transformation and the regeneration of the Inner City was underway. However, even as significant progress was made, and continues to be made, developmental challenges remain. The city continues to be one of contrasts: recognised globally as a world leader in many areas, but facing challenges around increased levels of poverty and inequality. The City has set new standards for levels of infrastructure spend and delivery, but also grapples with reversing the effects of apartheid’s spatial legacy...

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Last Updated on 06 July 2016