Rural communities get electricity

2016-07-20 06:00
Photo: Makhosandile Zulu KwaDukuza Mayor Ricardo Mthembu with ward 27 councillor Sithembiso Magubane turn on the lights at a home in Ntsikeni.

Photo: Makhosandile Zulu KwaDukuza Mayor Ricardo Mthembu with ward 27 councillor Sithembiso Magubane turn on the lights at a home in Ntsikeni.

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TWO rural communities from Ntsikeni and Dorinkop, under the KwaDukuza Municipality jurisdiction, received electricity after living without it for many years.

“This historic action confirms the call made last September that there must be a zero percent backlog by the end of 2016,” said Mthembu.
He said the municipality is committed to ensuring that every household is connected.

“I congratulate the mayor for delivering this project on time, this shows the kind of leaders we have in our community, leaders who listen and take serious action to improve the lives of other people.
“I thank the mayor for keeping his promise and for listening to our concerns,”
said Cele.

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