Only six members of the community were hired to be a part of the team working on site and no one seems to know when or how they were selected.
Cllr Sibiya’s life is now being threatened by those who see it fit that his good deeds be punished.
With the town’s cleanliness being high on her priority list, Cllr Viktor feels that curbing illegal felling will help reduce illegal dumping issues.
Mr Fourie claims that he has been battling for over a year to get the municipality to come out and test the transformer as he states that it is worn and needs to be replaced.
“I was contacted by business people around the area and they informed me that the smell was unbearable and they were almost certain that it was from a dead body.”
For more than a year, excrement has literally been pumped into the source of Vryheid’s drinking water.
For many years, Alet has been at the heart of AbaQulusi’s tourism industry.
The company that promised to rescue AbaQulusi from Eskom debt now faces a multi-million rand law suit.
Residents learned that the weekend’s black out was a deliberate act of sabotage, orchestrated by the workers.
Electricians at AbaQulusi Municipality, disgruntled by the current leadership’s refusal to pay out on allegedly fraudulent overtime claims, have resorted to sabotaging the electrical supply to town,
R800k a month? A twenty year tender? Sounds like an April fool’s joke, doesn’t it? But it’s not.