David Mabuza's apology rejected: 'We are only important when they want votes'

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Deputy President David Mabuza's apology over raw sewage spillages across the Emfuleni municipality has been rejected by residents, whose homes are flooded with human excrement.

Mabuza apologised to the residents on behalf of the government, acknowledging the mess the municipality is failing to fix.

Many houses in Boipatong are flooded with human excrement.

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