SHRA and SAWIC & BE sign MOU

2021-03-17T08:25:16+00:00March 12th, 2021|News|

The Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA), in partnership with the South African Women in Construction & Built Environment (SAWIC & BE) are proud to announce their partnership advance and the participation of women in the social housing sector.

From left: Ms Kile Mteto, SAWIC & BE President, Ms Bathabile Dlamini, SHRA Chairperson and Acting CEO SHRA Ms Mpolai Nkopane. Photo by ©SAAH | Rory Macnamara (The Ladies did have their masks on and removed them at the photographer’s request and replaced them immediately)

From left: Ms Kile Mteto, SAWIC & BE President, Ms Bathabile Dlamini, SHRA Chairperson and Acting CEO SHRA Ms Mpolai Nkopane. Photo by ©SAAH | Rory Macnamara (The Ladies did have their masks on and removed them at the photographer’s request and replaced them immediately)

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aims to advance the transformation agenda within the social housing sector by empowering women to lead and manage accredited Social Housing Institutions and Other Delivery Agents, as well as to deliver strategically located quality rental homes for qualifying South African citizens. The MoU will be practically implemented and measured through a cooperation plan that clearly outlines activities as well as timeframes that will be implemented as part of the partnership.

Keynote speakers include SHRA chairperson Bathabile Dlamini; SAWIC + BE President Kile Mteto; and SHRA Sector Development and Transformation Specialist Dudu Phoswa.

The occasion also marks International Women’s Day.

Ms Dudu Phoswa, SHRA Sector Development and Transformation Specialist who spoke on the MOU which was late signed. Photo by ©SAAH | Rory Macnamara

Ms Dudu Phoswa, SHRA Sector Development and Transformation Specialist who spoke on the MOU which was late signed. Photo by ©SAAH | Rory Macnamara