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Public Service and Administration Minister Geraldine
Fraser-Moleketi will today launch the first phase of the Batho Pele
e-Gateway Portal (BPGP) in Mbazwana north of Kwa-Zulu Natal in line
with government's initiative to avail its services in the
In his State of the Nation Address in May this year, President
Thabo Mbeki said government would launch the gateway to "provide
streamlined government services on-line" through public information
terminals in Post Offices and Multi-Purpose Community Centres
The President said sixty of the MPCCs would have been built by the
end of this year and that plans would have been finalised to have
at least one in each of the 284 municipalities, so citizens could
access services at a more efficient and effective pace.
Fraser-Moleketi has expressed confidence that the BPGP project
would also highlight the importance of information and
communication technology (ICT) as an agent for development.
Phase one of the BPGP has recently been completed and access to the
gateway will be possible at MPCCs and Post Office Public Internet
The MPCCs equipped with the gateway would be Mbazwana, Sterkspruit
and Tombo in Eastern Cape, Mapela in Limpopo, Atlantis in the
Western Cape, Galeshewe in Northern Cape, Namahadi in Free State,
Mpuluzi Mumalanga, and Leretlhabetse in North West.
Fraser-Moleketi called upon citizens to "consult this portal as a
way of finding out what services government rendered and the
procedures needed to access" them. – BuaNews.