Msunduzi disconnecting disputed accounts is ‘illegal’, says ratepayers association

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Cogta MEC Sipho Hlomuka and Mayor Mzimkhulu Thebolla engaging with MARRC’s Anthony Waldhausen during an oversight visit at the AS Chetty Building.
Cogta MEC Sipho Hlomuka and Mayor Mzimkhulu Thebolla engaging with MARRC’s Anthony Waldhausen during an oversight visit at the AS Chetty Building.
Moeketsi Mamane (File)

Msunduzi Association of Residents, Ratepayers and Civics (Marrc) has asked the municipality to refrain from disconnecting and restricting residents whose accounts are in dispute.

Marcc said it was illegal to perform disconnections and restrictions while the accounts were under dispute.

Msunduzi has been disconnecting and restricting residents whose accounts are in arrears and those that fail to honour the deadline for account payments.

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