Scores of residents marched to the Greater Letaba Municipality offices to demand better services on Thursday July 5.
“Tzaneen achieved 100% during the audit. This is a good example of how waste should be managed…”
“The purpose of this summit is to make the Mopani District the food basket of Southern Africa and a tourism destination of choice.”
A group of Mopani District Municipality borehole operators say that they cannot wait any longer, they want their money now!
A new car worth over a million rand for the mayor? Or basic water maintenance to the amount of R2 400?
Another revelation has been brought to light in which the Municipal Manager of the Maruleng Municipality, Sutane Johannes Lethole, outsourced waste removal services whereby a single truck is rented at a staggering R500 000 per month costing the municipality R6 million a year.
Disgruntled motor dealers in Tzaneen are up in arms over what, according to them, is extremely poor service from our municipality.
It seems as though the municipal officials have forgotten in whose employment they really are.
“We do not have money for transport, our parents have stopped believing us and suspect we are cheating them of their social grant money when we ask for transport monies.”
Dit wil voorkom asof die ANC se streekkantoor in Tzaneen 24/7 die gerief van gratis elektrisiteit geniet.
“Our focus is development and eradication of poverty, we wish to live a legacy that will live for a lifetime.’