Councillors at Ray Nkonyeni Municipality have had enough of ‘cheap talk’ from officials
Ray Nkonyeni is one of the first municipalities to start the process.
Contracted supervisor Marc Govender said about 12 women had contracted infections and had to be sent to various hospitals and clinics for treatment.
They are replacing Cllr Sithembiso Cele, who resigned earlier this year, as well as filling the vacant seat that followed Cllr Tolomane Mnyayiza’s death.
Four candidates were put forward at a Regional Executive Committee meeting held last week, which is reported to have lasted until the early hours of the morning.
Ugu claims that it is standard procedure in some cases to release water from a fire hydrant to repair a burst pipe.
Another multi-million rand pipe replacement project was also handed over.
The biggest question seems to be who will take over the reins as the new MM.
Lawyers have now been appointed to conduct a forensic investigation into the matters.
residents who fear the worst want Ray Nkonyeni Municipality to intervene before it’s too late.
Concerned residents say Ugu is not prioritising putting a stop to water wastage.