President Cyril Ramaphosa will visit cholera-hit Hammanskraal on Thursday.
Gauteng, more specifically Hammanskraal, is the epicentre of the cholera outbreak, which has claimed the lives of more than 20 people.
There has also been one death reported in the Free State and one in Mpumalanga.
More than a month after the outbreak was declared, Ramaphosa will visit the Rooiwal Wastewater Treatment Plant and accompany a delegation of government representatives to a community meeting.
Many of the concerns regarding the poor water quality in Hammanskraal are attributed to the Rooiwal facility.
Several locals in the area north of Tshwane have blamed the municipality for the tragic epidemic, blaming it for failing to tackle problems at the Rooiwal and Temba water plants.
Years of delays have plagued Rooiwal upgrades, as have claims of multi-million-rand bribery involving Tshwane officials and controversial businessman Edwin Sodi.
Yet, while the city has set up nearly R500,000 for the second part of the much-needed renovations, billions more are required to finish the project.