Chairman of the Board, Dan Naidoo explained the message was certainly to have all residents save water, and called it necessary to look into water recycling options.
Residents were hit with increased municipal dues this month, and it was only hours before some decided enough was enough.
The matter has been postponed until July 6. Malema and Mokoena are excused from attending.
Both times, parts of Murchison Street outside the court were locked down while officers directed traffic away from the precinct.
Since as early as March this year, numerous questions raised about long grass on residential properties, have gone unanswered.
Fred van Dyk has pleaded with the community for support, in his quest to protest against high municipal bills.
“We will be here everyday until we get answers.”
A family’s recent visit to the site was described as disappointing, after they witnessed evidence of littering and other inappropriate behaviour.
An initial budget of more than R3.5-million was allocated for the completion of Watt Street.
Development of the airport precinct should be completed by December.
A small group of farmers has enlisted outside help in opposition to the proposed landfill at Greenwich Farm.