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MASIBAMANE STRUCTURES

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Structures within the Masibambane Framework include:

WSLG - Water Services Sector Leadership Group

The Water Services Sector Leadership Group (WSLG) is a high-level forum which brings together leaders from across the sector. The WSSLG meets twice a year to provide strategic direction for the South African water services sector. Read more

WSLG EXCO - Management Committee of the Water Sector Leadership Group

The WSLG EXCO is a management committee of the Water Sector Leadership Group that oversees the operations of the WSLG to ensure relevance, efficiency and value of WSLG meetings. The EXCO is composed of senior officials representing key partners in the water sector. It is convened by DWAF, under the stewardship of the Deputy-Director General: Regions. The EXCO meets twice in between WSLG meetings to, amongst others, review actions from WSLG meetings, coordinate work of the strategic task teams and guide preparations for the next meeting. Read more

MCC - Masibambane Co-ordinating Committee

Masibambane Coordinating Committee (MCC) is attended by key sector partners at both a provincial and national level. The forum meets on a quarterly basis to discuss sector priorities and progress. Read more

Masibambane Provincial Sector Forums

The provincial forum meetings are coordinated by the respective Masibambane Coordinators to ensure collaboration between the key partners in the provinces. Read more

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