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blurry lines and meshy boundaries spur confusion between roles, responsibilities and implementation between provinces, metros, local government authorities, each a separate system on its own.Photo: File
blurry lines and meshy boundaries spur confusion between roles, responsibilities and implementation between provinces, metros, local government authorities, each a separate system on its own.Photo: File

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It’s also that time within the cycle ahead of elections where you suddenly see a random road being tarred, as if that is going to solve years of no service delivery, and politicians believe that we will vote based on one random road.

Politicians, usually glaringly missing in action and largely unresponsive, have suddenly stepped out of their comfortable homes and appeared in tents at places they have neglected for years, handing out free T-shirts.

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