Speaker, Michael Khumalo, told the council that he was withdrawing the items with the councillors’ safety in mind.
“Slowly but surely we are getting there. Against all the criticism, the people are very glad to have water in their taps again. “
Last year, he was a cleaner at Vryheid High School. Today, he may be sworn in as AbaQulusi’s mayor!
There have been no delays and disruptions, and this has been the key reason for the smooth sailing of the project.
IFP supporters in the public gallery released tear gas in the council chambers and began throwing eggs, oranges and sour milk before the meeting was even properly underway.
The Municipal Council would like to meet with the Vryheid Business Chamber and owners of formal businesses within the jurisdiction of the Abaqulusi Local Municipality.
A resident complained that she has not been able to receive assistance from the department since her purse (containing her drivers license) was stolen the previous week.
“The scrapping of this sensible common sense water distribution plan initiated by Alta is due to the results of persons instigating racial division to the gullible residents of Vryheid, for political gain.”
Residents in that area first suspected that their water was ‘polluted’ when they discovered that the water had a foul smell.
The AbaQulusi Municipality is hoping that this will help them combat electricity theft.
Issues surrounding wasteful expenditure will no longer be taken lightly at AbaQulusi Municipality.