Lights will stay on next week

Eskom is not switching off the electricity in Emalahelni Local Municipality this coming Monday.

No need for generators or candles…for now

The utility giant responded to the Save Emalahleni campaign led by local attorney Mr Johan Coetzee and reconsidered their intended bulk electricity interruption.

Cut- offs are being made

As another month approaches without any municipal accounts, residents of our city are stuck with their hands in their hair.

Eskom takes a backseat

Despite looming power cuts, the council brought a new set of wheels for the Executive Mayor Cllr Lindiwe Ntshalintshali.

Plans are in the pipeline so to speak

After numerous complaints have been brought forward regarding the condition of lampposts in eMalahleni, the municipality has decided to do something about it.

Mayor on the red carpet over Eskom debt

Several businesses found themselves in the dark earlier this week when the municipality started flicking the switch to businesses who owe the municipality more than R60-million, churches that owe more than R30-million and residents who are in arrears.

Accounts – the ‘no’ update

With pay-day approaching, all residents in eMalahleni are waiting eagerly for their correct accounts to make payments.

Wat-er waste of water

Mr Malcolm Be Astrui has been without water for at least two weeks now thanks to a stolen water meter.