Residents have been advised to report any illegal activity to the South African Police Service and Metro Police.
Esor Construction’s CEO says that construction is expected to continue in the next two weeks.
“There is a desperate need for a dedicated unit to help minimise the surge of derelict buildings in eThekwini and hold to account owners of derelict buildings,” – DA.
With more than 300 ambulances and over 2 500 paramedics, KZN has the biggest Emergency Medical Service in the country, said Dhlomo.
The verge competition aims to make eThekwini a more caring and liveable City by stimulating civic pride.
Kloof and Forest Hills residents have voiced their ongoing safety concerns regarding heavies using Kloof Falls and Bridle Road.
The station finally had water again on Friday, after almost five weeks of the taps being dry following a “small” accident with a hydrant in the beginning of June.
The city is quite worried about how many ratepayers and other service customers are receiving their bills due to the ongoing post office strike, so customers are encouraged to sign up for the e-Services option to get their Metro bills emailed to them.
Of the 45 identified Problem Buildings in the inner city, the eThekwini Municipality has only tackled seven in the past two years.
The interfaith day of prayer is aimed at seeking “divine intervention for the social ills currently facing the province of KwaZulu-Natal.”
Residents are advised that there will be an interruption of electricity supply on Sunday, 24 June 2018 from 07h00 to 13h00 to facilitate the maintenance work.