Mayor of the City of Ekurhuleni, Mzwandile Masina, together with a team of MMCs visited the areas with service delivery challenges in KwaThema.
The troublesome bushes behind Sechaba Primary School in the Vergenoeg Section have finally been cleared.
Councillor Wilson Busakwe promises that more than 80 families will have moved into their new houses by Easter.
“We also caution residents on the illegal sale of houses. Those found guilty will face the full might of the law.”
“We are trying to emply as many people from the community as possible because we face the challenge of unemployment.”
Ekurhuleni metro is currently on a drive to recruit over 2 000 waste brigades for the upcoming Keep Ekurhuleni Clean programme.
“The house is occupied by five children who stay by themselves after their mother left them years ago.”
“Ilanga libalele namhlanje – the sun is rising in the east.”
“The street is also meant to reduce the amount of traffic on Kgaswane streets especially on weekends for funerals which are held in the Vlakfontein Cemetery.”
Lerutle and Khumalo streets have been connected for community’s easy access.
Officials in Ekurhuleni visited poor service delivery areas in Tsakane.