Johannesburg - An inter-ministerial task team (IMTT) on service delivery on Thursday said they would be working with the provincial and local government to resolve issues raised by residents of Alexandra in Gauteng.
Last week President Cyril Ramaphosa and Gauteng Premier David Makhura visited the township to address protesting residents who were angered over poor service delivery.
Ramaphosa asked a team of ministers to engage with community leaders and report back to him. He also told the Johannesburg metro to clean up the township.
On Wednesday, the team of ministers met with the Alexandra Total Shutdown Committee following the visit of Ramaphosa last week Thursday.
Ramaphosa directed that the inter-ministerial task team must, within one week, meet with the committee and ensure the concerns raised by the community were addressed.