In the first agreement of its kind in South African local government, business, residents and the Emfuleni local authority have united to allow the community to maintain, upgrade and secure electricity substations throughout the region
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‘As a result of these divisions within the ruling party, the services to the communities become more and more disrupted. Refuse is not collected according to schedule, sewers are overflowing and electricity and water are unstable’ – Cllr Edward Von Bodenstein
Winter in South Africa is not only synonymous with crisp mornings but also industrial action.
“The only way the Europeans could get this land was by way of conquest, or by use of force, or by destroying the way of life of the Africans so that they should work for them”
“Blackman what is your epitaph? Blackman where is your cenotaph?”
In 2015, the salary of the Speaker of Parliament was R226 400 a month. With that, you can pay the wages of 65 workers earning a minimum wage of R3 500
The stage is ready for a major shake-up at the Emfuleni Local Municipality (ELM)
“As matters now stand, it is possible that they can find themselves in a similar situation again.”
“The press is trying to foist Ramaphosa down our throats as some kind of a benevolent capitalist giant with a big new broom in his hand…” – Nkutšoeu Motsau
“Despite and in spite of the outcry from within the ruling party that the practice of buying votes must stop it continued in another form”