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Power reconnection underway in Lahlamlenze

Nomzamo be reconnected after spending 17 months without power.

It’s been 1year 6 months now that the community of Nomzamo in Orlando East has been without power after their transformer got burnt.

The community had marched, protested, and held meetings but it seemed as if it was all falling on deaf ears. On September 3 the community is all smiling as the ward councilor Sechaba Khumalo introduced the electricians who were there to restore power and fix the damages.

Chairperson of the committee in the area Thandoxolo Peter said he is happy that finally, they will be fixing electricity. He explained that as residents they really bothered the councilor because they thought he cared less for the people but now he has shown that he indeed cares for the people.

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Khumalo said they are happy that Nomzamo will be reconnected. He appealed to the people to protect the network and all other government entities. Khumalo explained that street lights have been vandalised due to illegal connections.

He said in each area there should be block committees and street committees to ensure that they protect their facilities.

Ward 30 councillor Sechaba Khumalo.

Khumalo explained that they have engaged with the office of the mayor to look at the future development plan of the area.

Khumalo said in Ward 30 they are working tirelessly to ensure that power is revived in areas such as Boomtown, Roma, Khunong street, Tsotetsi street, and Berries.

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