Department Of Cooperative Governance Human Settlements And Traditional Affairs Kimberley
Department Of Cooperative Governance Human Settlements And Traditional Affairs Kimberley, Kimberley is the capital and largest city of the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. It is located approximately 110 km east of the confluence of the Vaal and Orange Rivers. The city has considerable historical significance due to its diamond mining past and the siege during the Second Boer War. British businessmen Cecil Rhodes and Barney Barnato made their fortunes in Kimberley, and the roots of the De Beers company can also be traced to the early days of the mining town.
|Private Bag X5005, Kimberley, 8300
|JS du Plooy Building, 9 Cecil Sussman Road, Kimberley, 8301
|053 830 9422
The mission of the Northern Cape Department of Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs is to facilitate and manage integrated sustainable human settlements and infrastructure development for effective service delivery; facilitate, monitor and support the consolidation and sustainability phases at municipalities for integrated, sustainable service delivery; promote and support intersphere engagement for integrated planning and coordination; facilitate, develop and support systems and structures to enhance traditional leadership; and ensure the efficient, effective and economic utilisation of departmental resources to maximise service.