EFF posters go against municipal by-laws

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Residents have raised concerns over the EFF’s election posters glued to electricty boxes on the KZN South Coast.
Residents have raised concerns over the EFF’s election posters glued to electricty boxes on the KZN South Coast.
Ntandoyenkosi Dlamini

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) in Ugu said it will continue to paint the region red despite concerns about the party contravening signage by-laws.

Election posters belonging to the EFF can be found stuck on electricity boxes and bins along Marine Drive from Shelly Beach to Margate.

Margate Ratepayers’ and Residents’ Association (MRRA) chairperson, Barry Smit, said it was really unfortunate that only one party was totally defacing the town when all other political parties were putting up their election posters in a way that complied with by-laws.

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