WATCH | Pietermaritzburg traffic officers shut down City Hall

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Msunduzi traffic officers and security guards blockaded the entrance to mayor Mzimkhulu Thebolla’s office.
Msunduzi traffic officers and security guards blockaded the entrance to mayor Mzimkhulu Thebolla’s office.

Msunduzi traffic officers have shut down the Pietermaritzburg City Hall demanding that the municipal management responds to their grievances.

The group, most of whom were dressed in their uniforms, were on Tuesday at around midday still occupying the main foyer where they were staging a mini picket with struggle songs ringing across the City Hall's corridors.

Sources at the scene said the group is demanding to see the municipal manager, Madoda Khathide and Mayor Mzimkhulu Thebolla.

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