We distributed 314 000 litres of water over five days and circulated over 2 000 five-litre bottles of water.
Provincial government would like to sincerely apologise to all residents who may have been inconvenienced by the illegal industrial action.
Are we paying two municipalities for one bare piece of land?
This is disgusting behaviour and I’m sure it’s not legal practice.
Without the excellent police and community of Southport, the already difficult week would have been much worse.
It must be noted that Ugu contributed not one drop of water.
What a welcome to Port Shepstone. Litter strewn all over and roads are in a shocking condition.
It’s time ratepayers fought back. I for one will be supporting the planned class-action suit.
It is clear that the municipality is unable to manage the crisis with its current resources.
Communities from which the strikers come should make every effort to identify and ostracise the culprits.
Although both policies were underwritten by Sanlam, this was the only similarity.