The Public Protector’s office says it notes local government’s progress in improving service delivery in Cape Town.

Acting Public Protector, Kholeka Gcaleka, and her staff returned to the City this week, as part of a ‘stakeholder outreach’ programme.

Her team conducted the first inspections last year.

They’re inspecting health facilities, and infrastructure projects – as well as drainage and sewage systems.

Spokesperson, Ndili Msoki said, ” In Langa for instance, the sewage issue that had been identified over there was attended to, but not adequately. That’s something we have to revisit. In Khayelitsha District Hospital, a number of issues were identified, and these are going to fall into our systematic investigation which we are conducting in the province”.