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PHOTOS: suppliedDuring the clean up campaign (from left) Lizwi Maphanga, and ward councillor Thamsanqa Sithole.
PHOTOS: suppliedDuring the clean up campaign (from left) Lizwi Maphanga, and ward councillor Thamsanqa Sithole.

AS apart of trying to keep their ward clean, ward 17 community members had a clean up campaign where they started clearing the illegal dumping on Nozulu Drive at Imbali Unit 13. The campaign was by led the ward councillor Thamsanqa Sithole.

Sithole said this was their third clean up campaign. In the past few weeks they cleaned up Imbali Unit BB Bridge and Imbali Unit 13 Bridge.

Sithole told Echo that they decided to start this campaign because they saw that illegal dumping was on the rise since lockdown.

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