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A leak in a pipe supplying drinking water, that residents in Section T, Botshabelo, reported three months ago, was finally fixed on Tuesday, 31 January, by the Mangaung Metro council’s engineering workers in Botshabelo. This is after many litres of clean water had been wasted, streaming down the street into the open veld. The leak was repaired following probing by Qondile Khedama, Mangaung Metro spokesperson, after concerned residents had, as a last resort, phoned Express to complain about negligence by employees. Photo: Supplied
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