Emalahleni has 10 days to get R400-million to pay Eskom.
Residents in Thubelihle are not happy following the removal of illegal connections in this township.
Old Witbank Cemetery has overgrown since it was last cut on Heritage Day.
All four the radial gates (sluice gates) at Witbank Dam were opened in order to test their functionality earlier this week.
The police reported that the roads were closed due to protest and unrest at Vosman near the KG Mall off ramp, exit and entrance at Ferrobank in KwaGuqa as early as 04:00 on Monday morning.
No breakfast and no dinner. That is the reality as Eskom is gearing up to flick the switch next week.
“Her decision to postpone the purchase of the vehicle is purely based on putting the interest of the community first”
The Executive Mayor of Emalahleni Cllr Lindwiwe Ntshalintshali decided to not buy a new set of wheels.
Several homes had their electricity cut off due to committing this crime.
“I can no longer drive to my house with my car. This street has been getting worse and worse over the last year. I do not know what to do anymore,”
“We are tired of reporting this garbage to the municipality. They sometimes come and remove it and the people from other areas will start dumping again.”