DA ‘a step away’ from winning uMngeni

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DA federal leader John Steenhuisen interacted with the residents of Zuzokuhle informal settlement in Howick on Saturday.
DA federal leader John Steenhuisen interacted with the residents of Zuzokuhle informal settlement in Howick on Saturday.
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DA leader, John Steenhuisen, promised the poor in Howick that the party will revamp community halls, reduce crime and provide housing to the homeless should it win the polls.

Steenhuisen made the promises during an election campaign trail in the Howick area on Saturday.

The Zuzokuhle informal settlement, Howick West and Mphophomeni were among the areas which Steenhuisen visited. He said the only way to ensure that refuse was collected consistently and water meters were billed correctly was to vote for the DA in the upcoming local government elections.

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