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Project creates jobs for youth

The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) would like to re-emphasise its commitment to transparency and empowering residents of the West Coast District Municipality during the raising of Clanwilliam Dam wall.

This commitment was first stressed on 27 and 28 June, when the department engaged stakeholders on the progress made on the wall’s heightening.

Officially launched on 8 October last year, it is one of the biggest government infrastructure projects in the Western Cape in recent years.

It entails the raising of the dam wall by 13 m, and the additional yield of water will aid agriculture, and in particular the emerging farming community of the West Coast. During the stakeholder engagement the community was informed that:. More than 50 West Coast young people have been employed since the launch of the project, and the project is poised to create more jobs; . The project management office, located in Clanwilliam, is still receiving the CVs of job seekers.

The department also provided training to small businesses on participating in procurement activities involving the project.

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