Ultimatum for Msunduzi: Fix our city or see us in court, says business body

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A city in decay. Pietermaritzburg residents avoid a large hole in the pavement near the City Hall.
A city in decay. Pietermaritzburg residents avoid a large hole in the pavement near the City Hall.
Ian Carbutt

The PMCB has asked Msunduzi to respond by the end of March, failing which the organisation says it will have no alternative but to seek relief through the courts.

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