• Welcome to the Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs

    ​The Gauteng Provincial Government is an innovative, responsive and vibrant nerve centre for people-centred governance.

About Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs

The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs works to effectively support, monitor, and promote developmental municipalities and viable institutions of Traditional leadership. It furth​er promotes integrated service delivery that seeks to enable Gauteng to become a globally competitive city region. Read more

MEC’s Office

MEC: Mr Dikgang Uhuru Moiloa
Mail: Private Bag X86, Marshalltown, 2107
Street: Corner House,
17th Floor, cnr Commissioner and Sauer Streets,
Johannesburg
Tel: (011) 355 4013/6
Fax: (011) 838 2116
E-mail: ramothobi.letheya@gauteng.gov.za​

Head of Department

Head of Department: Ms Thandeka Mbassa
Mail: Private Bag X79, Marshalltown, 2107
Street: Bank of Lisbon Building,
9th Floor, 37 Sauer Street,
Johannesburg
Tel: (011) 355 4014
E-mail: Thandeka.Mbassa@gauteng.gov.za

Deputy Director Generals

Ms Itumeleng Mokate
DDG: Local Governance
Mail: Private Bag X79, Marshalltown, 2107
Street: Bank of Lisbon Building, 9th Floor, 37 Sauer Street, Johannesburg
Tel: (011) 355 4884
Email: Itumeleng.Mokate@gauteng.gov.za

Mr Willy Bila
DDG: Development and Planning
Mail: Private Bag X79, Marshalltown, 2107
Street: Bank of Lisbon Building, 9th Floor, 37 Sauer Street, Johannesburg
Tel: (011) 355 4942
Email: Willy.Bila@gauteng.gov.za      

Community Development Workers

Traditional Councils

Chapter 12 of the South African constitution (1996) acknowledges the institution of traditional leadership and its place and role in the system of democratic governance. In terms of the chapter, the institution, status and role of traditional leadership according to customary law are recognised.

Meet The MEC,
Mr Dikgang Uhuru Moiloa

Former Gauteng Provincial Legislature Deputy Speaker, Mr Uhuru Moiloa,​ has been ​appointed as the MEC for Human Settlements, Cooperative Government, and Traditional Affairs. Read more

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