The community of Wesselton heeded the call from the South African Communist Party (SACP) in the Msukaligwa district and invaded municipal land in Ext 7 to mark out stands on Tuesday.
A power substation that is being built by Msukaligwa Municipality in Ext 33 is not yet being used and Ext 32, 33 and 34 (SunCity) are experiencing regular power outages.
Residents of Msukaligwa Municipality invaded municipal land in parts of Ermelo and Breyten in recent weeks. They claimed they have been given permission by their councillors and went in numbers to mark their stands. However, the municipality is disputing the call to invade the land and deemed it illegal. According to municipal spokesman, Mr Mandla…
The community of Wesselton, teachers from Sadtu and Natu in the district, various political parties led by the SACP are marching to the Department of Education Circuit 1 offices to hand over a memorandum with a list of demands.
The matter has been bubbling under the surface until it boiled over on Monday, 5 March when sewage from a pump on the premises burst open and flowed through the school towards the kitchen area.
He warned everybody that action will be taken against residents who contravene the municipal bylaws that regulate dumping of waste.
The public is hereby informed of possible water supply interruptions due to the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) employees embarking on a mass action tomorrow.
“The youth is the future and at some point we have to say enough is enough and implement change by voting and holding the municipality accountable,” Mr Shabangu concluded.
Die inbelsentrum het na bewering ook gesê dat hulle te besig is met ander dreinpype en onseker was wanneer hulle bystand kon bied.
Tydens ons besoek aan die kragbokse het ons by die Fouriestraat en Jan van Riebeeckstraat-kruising ‘n lamppaal opgemerk wat omgeval het en met oop drade op die sypaadjie lê.
More than a 1 000 residents, including Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) and South African National Civic Organisation (Sanco) members, took to the streets and handed over the memorandum to the company’s Mr Daniel Harmse.