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CUT Groundbreaking Collaboration To Tackle Potholes



CUT Groundbreaking Collaboration To Tackle Potholes

CUT Groundbreaking Collaboration To Tackle Potholes. The Free State Department of Community Safety, Roads, and Transport, in partnership with the Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT), has launched a pioneering initiative to address the pothole problem on the province’s roads.

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Empowerment and Skills-Building for Women and Youth

This innovative project focuses on empowerment, skills-building, and job creation for unskilled women and youth. It aims to not only repair roads but also to tackle infrastructure challenges and create sustainable employment opportunities.

CUT Impact and Progress

Since its launch in November 2023, the project has generated over 550 jobs, with a target of 650 by February 2024. Work is currently underway in all five districts of the province, including Mangaung, Xhariep, Lejweleputswa, Thabo Mofuntsanyana, and Fezile Dabi.

CUT Ambitious Goals and Training Initiatives

The project aims to repair 70,000 square meters of road sections by March 2024. It also prioritizes skills training and knowledge sharing, offering CETA-accredited training to 650 learners. Ongoing research ensures that the solutions for long-term road maintenance are sustainable.


This Pothole Repair Programme exemplifies the power of collaboration, innovation, and community empowerment. By investing in infrastructure and human capital, the initiative not only improves road conditions but also fosters a more prosperous future for all Free State residents.

Join us in supporting this transformative initiative that empowers communities and creates a brighter future for all.

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