The area is serviced through 3 main schemes namely Modjadji Schemes, the Middle Letaba Schemes and Politsi.

As from 2000 till 2006, a total of R61,803,896-00 was spend through District Funds to improve and refurbish bulk supply and reticulation. Rural areas are serviced through more than 68 registered boreholes, maintained by DWAF. Water is supplied to Kgapane and Modjadjiskloof by Lepelle Northern Water as is the quality of supply and maintenance of the main supply line done by Lepelle Northern Water.


Modjadjiskloof as an urban township is now being addressed through provincial and district funds to establish and fit a water-borne sewer system. The 1st phase of installing a main sewer in the CBD is completed, a phase 2 valued at R1,800,000-00 now being utilized for the establishment of a purification plant and R7,800-000-00 being set aside by the district municipality to provide for sewer reticulation. Kgapane township is fully equipped with a sewer Treatment Plant and water-borne network. Rurals supplied with VIP, financed by MIG and/or Provincial Departments.


The municipality is mainly responsible for maintenance within the licensed area being known as Modjadjiskloof. Within the 2005/2006 budget, the municipality budget for rural electrification to an amount of R5,000,000-00. For 2006/2007 an amount of R3,3 million is set aside for electrification in rural areas.

Roads and Stormwater

The local authority is committed to the maintenance of internal streets. The municipality maintain its internal network of roads with two graders, two tipper trucks and two TLB's. A 3rd grader was procured during June 2006 as will another be purchased from the 2006/2007 budget. The 2006/2007 MIG allocation made provision for the paving of 13km Kgapane Township streets, including open-channel stormwater channels as well as 2,8km paving and stormwater channels in Senwakgope. For the 2007/2008 financial year, the remainder of the Senwamokgope streets will be addressed. The 2006/2007 Mopani MIG approved construction of stormwater channels in Modjadjiskloof valued at R7,500,000-00.