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At the end of March, residents came forward to the media with complaints regarding an overgrown stretch of land within sight of the Draper Street intersection.
This is the theme of a series of questions addressed to the Newcastle Municipality through its Communications Unit recently, questions which still have no answers.
The meeting is scheduled to take place at the Hope High School on May 21 at 2pm.
In his speech, Cllr Nkosi mentioned the handover of the housing project in Siyahlala-la informal settlement, as well as the H39 project.
The signboards were mounted to the steel scaffolds erected on Hardwick and Allen streets recently, and were intended to provide directions for visitors to town.
During the activation, the Utrecht Mayor interacted with motorists and pedestrians and handed out leaflets bearing information on Freedom Month, a summary of the Constitution and an explanation of South African flags.
“Nothing is more painful than having to explain the land struggle to a white Magistrate. No white person will ever understand that.”
Mayor, Makhosini Nkosi addressed the audience and shed light on the IDP budget.
The hole is about two metres wide and approximately a metre deep.
The restrictors, installed in areas of Madadeni and oSizweni where the municipality does not supply electricity, were intended to compel residents to settle their accounts or make payment arrangements with the municipality.