Households affected by the interruption to supply of orange bags are encouraged to use clear plastic bags provided by the City to recycle in the interim.
Locals are urged to join the Pinetown protest with their placards and posters, calling on President Jacob Zuma to step down.
Motorists are advised to use alternative routes while the buses are being towed away from blockaded roads.
The City has granted permission for two marches to take place in the City tomorrow.
“Gumede’s unlawful threat and intimidation against our lawful march cannot go unchallenged.” – DA.
Normal penalties for overdue books will still apply.
In a statement released earlier today, the government said it expected Friday to be a ‘normal working day’, despite the call for a countrywide shutdown.
New Germany resident and business owners complain about the lack of communication from Go!Durban.
The City also warns residents that the company in question could request payment. Residents are also informed not to contract any of these companies or organisation.
The locals claim that councillor, Jabu Dlamini has not been tending to their concerns.
It will take a couple of days to finally extinguish the fire.