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Inxuba Yethemba Municipality mayor Noncedo Zonke and Premier Oscar Mabuyane during a visit by the premier to a traffic control point outside Middelburg on the N10.  (Photo: ELSABÉ PIENAAR)
Inxuba Yethemba Municipality mayor Noncedo Zonke and Premier Oscar Mabuyane during a visit by the premier to a traffic control point outside Middelburg on the N10. (Photo: ELSABÉ PIENAAR)

For more than a month, service delivery has been severely impacted at Inxuba Yethemba local municipality due to one of the longest protests, which began in the first week of October.

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