31 January 2018 - All plans went ahead on the 01st February despite a rainy weather. Our stakeholders including volunteers and businesses of Emfuleni were not deterred to have a cleaner area.
The Executive Mayor, Cllr. Jacob Khawe led Emfuleni on the continued journey of keeping our area clean. The campaign tool in Zone 13, Ward 32, Sebokeng as we met at the Marwele Ground next to Sebokeng Technical School.
The undeterred Emfuleni communities, businesses, civil organisations and volunteers were asked bring along their cleaning equipments in order to embark on the planned work of households refuse collection, Illegal dump removal at Lesabasaba Primary and Qhoweng next to Baptist Church, Marwele ground, Zone 13 Clinic next to Old Age Home.
The day progressed with litter picking in Moshoeshoe Street along main street between Zone 13 and 14, Sebokeng.
Other service delivery points included amongst others grass cutting, grading gravel roads and sport grounds, cleaning of stormwater systems, high mast lights repairs, fixing water leaks and sewer spillages.
The Executive Mayor extended words of appreciation to all the participants of this programme. He further encouraged communities to start with their own 'cleaning of the city' campaign initiatives and keep those innovations alive.
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