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David Shabangu is a seasoned public servant and bureaucratic cum monitoring and evaluation expert. He is a graduate from the University of Witwatersrand. He is currently studying his Master Degree on Strategic Planning. He started working as a Monitoring and Evaluation expert in 1997 for the Department of Land Affairs, monitoring the implementation of the land reform projects. In 2001 he joined the Department of Provincial and Local Government (DPLG) in the monitoring and evaluation unit which was responsible for the development of policy framework on municipal performance management. He was part of the team that initiated the VUNA awards, municipal performance regulations and the performance management framework for Municipal Managers as well as managers reporting to Municipal Manager.
He then moved to Mogale City Local Municipality in 2003 where he was responsible for the coordination of the strategic planning process (IDP) and Performance Management (PMS). In 2006 he joined Limpopo Department of Local Government and Human Settlement as General Manager responsible for Local Government Support which entails municipal performance monitoring and evaluation, municipal finance as well as municipal capacity development.
He has developed substantial experience in local government. Highlights of key achievements include successfully leading the Limpopo Local Government Turnaround Strategy, the Reconfiguration of municipal study, the Rapid Assessment Team which investigate allegations of corruption and malpractice in municipalities, initiated the development of performance monitoring and evaluation in the 30 municipalities in Limpopo.