Maponya Services & Amenities For all your service needs

Maponya Mall offers full governmental facilities for your convenience including The Dept. of Labour, Gauteng Dept. of Roads & Transport, SASSA, Home Affairs, Gauteng Enterprise Propelleras well as Legal Aid, SANBS, and the Professional Job Centre. 

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Professional Job Centre 

As an employer of choice, the Gauteng Provincial Government attracts, recruits and retains a skilled, professional and innovative workforce that inspires to be great. Register your profile and apply to join a provincial government that offers a competitive working environment in which skills development and professional growth are intricately connected to the successful achievement of GPG Strategic objectives and priorities.

Find The Professional Job Centre at Maponya here 

Department of Labour

The Department of Employment and Labour will strive for a labour market that is conducive to investment, economic growth, employment creation and decent work. 
The Department of Employment and Labour will play a significant role in reducing unemployment, poverty and inequality through a set of policies and programmes developed in consultation with social partners

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Dr. Ngema / Dr. Langa

Changing lives with a beautiful smile, Dr Ngema Orthodontist is a family-oriented Orthodontic practice, offering: Correction of crooked teeth using metal, clear and self-ligating brackets; Treatment – In order to change your smile from its crooked state, a need to perform a detailed investigation of your mouth will be required for kids & adults (no age limit); X-rays– Orthodontic treatment begins with X-rays and moulds of the patient’s teeth, and progresses to a detailed treatment plan, including checking of jaws which do not fit and mouth breathing. Pay them a visit to make your dream smile a reality!

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Gauteng Department of Roads & Transport

The Premier is the executive authority of the province, an authority that is sometimes exercised together with members of the executive council. The Premier has the power to appoint members of the executive council and assign their functions.

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Legal Aid 

Legal Aid South Africa’s role is to provide legal aid to those who cannot afford their own legal representation. This includes poor people and vulnerable groups such as women, children and the rural poor. It does this in an independent and unbiased manner with the intention of enhancing justice and public confidence in the law and administration of justice.

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SASSA

SASSA, as a public entity, subscribes to those values that promote democracy and a culture of respect for human rights. In addition, in building social cohesion, the following values are paramount: Transparency; Equity; Integrity; Confidentiality; Customer Care Centred Approach.

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Home Affairs

The Department of Home Affairs is the custodian of the identity and status of citizens in SA. By issuing enabling documents it also contributes to the security of all citizens

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SANBS

SANBS is a non-profit organization; therefore ownership of its assets does not vest in its members. The vision of SANBS is to be acknowledged nationally and internationally as a centre of excellence in the discipline of blood transfusion.

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E-Toll

E-toll consists of the electronic toll collection processes employed by South Africa’s roads agency SANRAL on selected toll roads or toll lanes, subject to the SANRAL Act of 1998. As of 2014, 19% of South Africa’s national roads were toll roads.

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Soweto Business Hub

Soweto Business Hub is the brainchild of Bruno Pauly, chairperson of the Rainbow Children Trust (RBC). Founded in 2001, RBC’s main aim is to raise funds – mainly from overseas – to support grassroot level non-governmental organisations (NGOs), and empower them financially through training (bookkeeping, the non-profit organisation (NPO) registration process, etc). The RBC’s mission is to serve as a funding vehicle for projects that aim to alleviate poverty and provide quality education and healthcare to children and the youth.

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