Questions posed to the municipality through its Communications Department included what the cause was, how it was resolved and how overflowing sewage was dealt with in general.
With the Newcastle Airport terminal building and Technology Hub nearing completion, hopes of local innovation are high.
A resident posted her municipal bill to social media last week, to show her amusement at the four cents she owed.
With numerous street lights reported out this week, the question must be asked: how will the municipality handle the situation?
The aim of this summit was to address issues concerning people living with disabilities by making them aware of the relevant stakeholders.
According to staff on site, recent additions to the facility included a CCTV camera system, a paved and painted parking area, phone lines and a state-of-the-art X-ray scanner.
The resident said despite notice being given, residents had little to no time to collect water supplies, and no tanker was provided for their needs.
After almost a decade of urban parking chaos, Newcastle Municipality has opted to bring back parking meters.
Residents say they have reported the poor state of some oSizweni roads to the municipality, but nothing has happened since.
In an attempt to hold financial misconduct culprits accountable, the municipality seeks to establish a disciplinary board.
Senzo has resided in Newcastle for five years, and works with three other vagrants to collect cans and metal objects to turn in at local scrap dealers.