JDA completes phase 1 of Drieziek Multipurpose Centre

The Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA), on behalf of the City of Johannesburg, has been implementing the R38 million construction of the Drieziek Multipurpose Centre aimed to benefit the Ward 4 and Ward 5 community in Orange Farm.

Once completed, the Drieziek Multipurpose Centre will consist of a new double-storey structure and sports facilities with a gymnasium, pool, library, offices, hall, and soccer fields.

“Phase one of the implementation of the Drieziek Multipurpose Centre is complete. It entailed the construction of an Olympic size swimming pool, a pool for children, a grandstand, a gymnasium, change rooms with ablution and a caretaker’s house. The swimming pool is awaiting the water supply connection and commissioning before handover to Community Development, the end user client. Phase two will see the implementation of administration buildings, a library, a community hall and sports courts. Based on town planning approvals and occupational certificates, phase one will open in Q4 of 2023,” JDA spokesperson, Elias Nkabinde told Orange Farm News.


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