The Vryheid businesswoman, who initiated and led a cleanup campaign in the Sasko area last week, agrees that “The key to a cleaner planet is in our hands.”
Mayor Sibiya, who was happy to take time out of his busy schedule to meet with the committee, keenly acknowledged the suggestions, noting in detail each proposal and how AbaQulusi Municipality might offer their support.
Solar panels are being offered to indigent households as an alternate source of power.
The squatters that were discovered were, indeed, found in squalid conditions surrounded by rubbish, spoiling food stuff and buzzing flies.
Cllr Dube explained that issues of membership manipulation and bogus memberships had reached an all time high and that something had to be done.
Until the damaged sections has been repaired and reinstalled, Vryheid residents will have to collect water at JoJo tanks at the various collections points that were put in place during the drought.
A local security company went above and beyond as they took charge of a situation which could have led to a collision.
Concerned about road safety, AfriForum erected a new stop sign.
The unsanitary disposal of pig sewage in flowing directly into the White Umfolozi River.
Former MM of Utrecht, Gugu Ntshangase was just appointed as MM of the Lekwa Local Municipality, even though 11 charges of corruption have been brought against her.
The newly-built pound in Paulpietersburg has already been vandalised.