The root causes of this problem include aging infrastructure in the ward.
“The investment from Truworths has made it possible for Orbis Africa to procure essential medical supplies and train the full eye health care team.”
“The rear end of the electricity box is being used as a toilet and there are faeces all over the place. The smell emanating from there is unbearable. It is a health hazard,” Mohammed added.
With that said, the community raised its issues concerning the By-laws surrounding cremation.
“By installing security manned boom gates at all entrances we would have more control of who comes into the wetland…” Mitha said.
Residents are advised to take extra caution when driving and make sure doors and windows are closed…
According to Ward 122 councilor, Vinay Choonie, the piece of land on which the people had begun invading was earmarked for a housing development…
The severe damage led to the closure of the bridge as it posed a serious risk to motorists and pedestrians…
“When we saw Rand Water come into the complex we were relieved. We thought they would fix this thing, but they couldn’t,” Mr Williams said.
This is due to protest action in the area Today.
“A week later, on June 24, my meter was stolen and I ended up connecting the water pipe myself to avoid wasting water,” Bhaya said.