6.8.2020 03:08 pm
Alberton councillors collectively demanded that the CoE’s executive mayor takes immediate action on electricity outages.
A number of Alberton businesses are threatening to leave the area after being in the dark and powerless for months on end which is costing them fortunes.
The uThukela District Municipality was informed about the situation, but nothing has been done about it, according to the residents.
The woman had a leg fracture and deep dog bite wounds after she and her five-year-old son were attacked by the family’s pit bull.
The reconstruction started in January, but came to a halt until Level 3 lockdown was instituted.
The 17-year-old boy was allegedly told that he should go back home as the clinic was ‘prioritising Covid-19 patients’.
This comes after a man was seen selling a pup for R100 at a shopping complex in Montford.
The third robber managed to escape in a getaway car after being shot at.
The most popular times for this crime are reported to usually be between 2am and 5am in the morning.
Aside from a lack of PPE, the workers say there is no social distancing in the work vehicles.
The councillors say more focus should be put into upgrading and maintaining Ekurhuleni’s infrastructures.
The patient was treated on the scene and later flown to hospital.
Agriculture is already under pressure with markets such as the ostrich industry being closed for almost four months.
The man had sustained intense electrical burns on both his hands that penetrated through the body and lower extremities.
The woman described her cat as her companion who sleeps with her every night.
Macadamia saplings can take up to 18 months before they are ready to be planted, and a further four to five years before the first crop can be expected.