NMBM: ‘Report acts of vandalism’

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Municipal employees repair a water leak which was caused by the vandalism of water infrastructure.             Photo: Facebook
Municipal employees repair a water leak which was caused by the vandalism of water infrastructure. Photo: Facebook

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Mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay, Nqaba Bhanga, has once again warned potential vandals that the metro has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to vandalism, particularly that of electricity- and water- infrastructure or other municipal facilities.

Bhanga referred to a recent incident, where two suspects were arrested by municipal security, supported by the metro police, for allegedly vandalising the Motherwell NU30 Hall.

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