Battle for the bay as residents lament poor service delivery

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Heaps of rubbish clog the area as you drive through Fordville and other townships in Nelson Mandela Bay. Residents say they won’t vote this year because nothing changes. Photo: Bongekile Macupe
Heaps of rubbish clog the area as you drive through Fordville and other townships in Nelson Mandela Bay. Residents say they won’t vote this year because nothing changes. Photo: Bongekile Macupe

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Those whose toilets are full must then either go around asking neighbours to use their toilets or relieve themselves out in the open.

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