Janitorial Service Social Audit (July 2014)
- Joint Press Statement by SJC and NU
- Social Audit Report
- Social Audit Map
- Common Claims by the City of Cape Town
Between 14 and 19 July 2014 the Social Justice Coalition (SJC), Ndifuna Ukwazi (NU), residents of Khayelitsha, and partners from around the country, came together to hold government accountable for one of the most basic services affecting the lives of informal settlement residents.
We undertook a week-long social audit on the janitorial service for communal flush toilets in four informal settlements in Khayelitsha. This culminated in a public hearing where community members asked their elected leaders the question – Why is a highly funded service that could have a major positive impact on people’s lives not being fully delivered?
Short Version (left) Long Version (right)
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Data Spreadsheets (excel)
- Download all spreadsheets here (zip)
- Janitorial Service Social Audit - Janitors Questionnaire
- Janitorial Service Social Audit - Physical Verification
- Janitorial Service Social Audit - Resident Questionnaire
- Cllr Sonnenberg Letter - July 2014
- Cllr Sonnenberg Letter Nov 2013 on the PID
- CoCT Personal Protective Equipment Policy
- EPWP Code of Good Conduct
- EPWP Janitors employed in informal settlements across the City excluding Khayelitsha
- Expenditure_ Minor Tools , Equipment & Other for EPWP workers (January 2013 - June 2014)
- Expenditure_ PPE for EPWP workers
- Janitorial Services System Procedures Final.
- Expenditure_ Cleaning Aids (Chemicals, Detergents, etc.) for EPWP workers
- Janitors employed in Khayeltisha informal settlements
- Ministerial Determination 4 Expanded Works Programmes 4 May 2012
- SJC Letter to EHO, request for information re sanitation facilities in Khayeltisha, 10 June 2014 (1)
- SJC letter to CoCT Janitorial Service.doc
- IBP endorsement of Social Audit (21Sep14)
- SJC endorsement MKSS final
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