We have compiled a quick list of things you can’t do while driving down President Street, one of the worst afflicted roads in Vryheid when it comes to potholes…
AbaQulusi’s former acting municipal manager and director of the Planning Department is being held liable for the mayoral benefits Cllr Mtshali continued to receive after his resignation.
The Department of Public Works recently won a court order to stop land invasions on state property in the Coronation area near Vryheid
Local talents are hoping to soon be introduced to a learning program that will help them navigate their path in the business world.
Keith Sparrow believes that, if the people of Vryehid care enough, the streets can be transformed from the mucky cess-pit we’ve become accustomed to, to a place we can be proud to call home.
A motorist who was travelling along the Dundee road this morning, reported that due to the heavy rainfall, the pothole was really hard to see from a distance.
Mr Drysdale attributed the burst pipe to aging infrastructure and said that the repair team was pushing their hardest to replace the section of damaged pipe as quickly as possible.
Deputy Minister Majola described the R1Billion budget cut, due to the ‘fee free education’ fiasco, as a “serious haircut” and added that the Department would be prioritising municipalities who “actually do the work” and commended AbaQulusi Municipality on the progress that has been made since 2015.
When Cllr Alta de Kock took a squatter under her wing, it sent a ripple of disbelief and mutual concern through the minds of friends and family, and left most residents pondering over her sanity.
‘Community members know where the dumpsite is, we cannot have people dumping rubbish wherever they want.’
‘Every day we live in fear of whether or not we are going to hear news of another person drowning in this sewer system.’