Ugu buys new vehicle fleet in attempt to improve service delivery

Ugu District Municipality handed over a multi-million rand pipe replacement project to Umuziwabantu local municipality and Harding community members last Friday. Welcoming the handover are (from left) Cllr Ziningi Hlabe, Cllr Wiseman Mbotho, Umuziwabantu mayor Cllr Dixie Nciki, Cllr Mbeni Machi, Ugu mayor Cllr Mondli Chiliza, Cllr Hopewell Ngubelanga and Cllr Victor Mbatha.

TO ENSURE improved service delivery to all communities, Ugu District Municipality recently increased its vehicle resources by purchasing new vehicles.

About 30 vehicles have been purchased, including minibuses, a TLB, office vehicles and vans.

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In a separate project last Friday, Ugu handed over a multi-million rand Harding Town Pipeline Replacement Project to Umuziwabantu local municipality and its community.

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According to the municipality’s spokesman, France Zama, the completion of this project will ensure improved water supply in the Harding CBD and surrounding suburbs.

“The community will now have access to clean water and decent sanitation,” said Mr Zama.


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