WATCH | Pietermaritzburg’s City Hall clock to start ticking again

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Msunduzi residents in Pietermaritzburg will soon be able to check the time on the City Hall clock again.

This is after deputy mayor Mxolisi Mkhize met with Mark Webber (inset), the horologist and curator of the tower clock, to address the problem.

Pietermaritzburg’s City Hall clock
Deputy mayor Mxolisi Mkhize met with Mark Webber, the horologist and curator of the tower clock, to address the problem.
Pietermaritzburg’s City Hall clock
Msunduzi residents will soon be able to check the time on the City Hall clock again.

The clock has been out of action for many months following the expiration of the service level agreement with Webber.

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City Hall's Clock.

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