Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs (CoGHSTA) launches the Disaster Management campaign during the Easter weekend
4 Apr 2012
The Provincial Disaster Management Committee led by MEC for the department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs (CoGHSTA), Mr Nkomotana Clifford Motsepe, will this Easter weekend, from 5 to 9 April 2012 launch the Disaster Management Campaign. The launch aims to communicate and raise awareness to the multitude of visitors and citizens of Limpopo on disaster prevention and mitigation.
Disasters, natural and man-made, threaten every society and business in Limpopo and can lead to reduced productivity, logistics problems, and unexpected business interruptions. That is why every business needs an immediate disaster response and recovery plan.
All response teams are combat ready for any disaster eventuality, be it at a local or district municipality.
Various information booths for the campaign:
- Capricorn toll plaza - N1 North
- Kranskop - N1 North
- Moria Complex
- Haenertsburg - R77 before Magoebaskloof
Potential Disaster Risks
The following are the potential disaster risks that are common in Limpopo province.
- Fire structural and veld fire
- Extreme weather incidents.
Disaster Management is everybody’s business, make it yours. Disaster Toll Free: 0800 222 111.
Cell: 083 652 5276
Tel: 015 294 5582
Issued by: Limpopo Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs
4 Apr 2012
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