Blanchville was given a lollipop and told to sit down and keep quiet.
Emalahleni Local Municipality has entered into an agreement to explore opportunities in the renewable energy arena
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The biggest issue that kept citizens on the edge of their couches was the Eskom bill
“Maar steeds word die probleem nie opgelos nie”
Residents have taken to the roads.
Die beeste het rustig in die pad gestap en gestaan wei op die sypaadjies.
Hidden at the far end of eMalahleni, the once tranquil suburb of Blanchville is now literally falling apart.
Electricity, the one word that makes your stomach turn when you open your utility bill.
Residents of eMalahleni are up in arms over the state of the local Post Office Post-boxes stationed in Gordon, Springbok and Choir streets.
The power utility’s agreement with Emalahleni is based on a cession by the municipality to Eskom of R250-million from the proceeds of the sale of a prime piece of land.