Frustration has mounted among motorists after road works in Thabo Mbeki Street began approximately 13 days ago.
Rowdy residents who were tired of “technical” explanations as to why they don’t have water, disrupted a meeting held at Serala View church on Thursday aimed at discussing the city’s water situation.
According to the Polokwane Municipality, areas in the city started receiving water last night.
It is expected that after this shutdown, water supply to Polokwane will improve as there will no longer be constant breakdowns at the Olifantspoort plant.
All areas of supply are affected, says the Polokwane Municipality
The municipality in conjunction with Energy FM launched a competition where youngsters from around the city could enter poems or a rap that tell people about Polokwane and what it stands for
Following a complaint lodged by the DA with the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) against the Polokwane Municipality, Municipal Spokesperson, Matshidisho Mothapo said the allegations were misleading.
The scam involves a woman asking for donations from the public in the name of Executive Mayor, Thembi Nkadimeng
Following a long and frustrating period with constant water supply disruptions in the city, the Polokwane Municipality and Lepelle Northern Water (LNW), said in a recent statement the water supply challenges are being attended to.
This is due to work on the Epsilom substation after it lost a second transformer.
The Municipality has apologised for any inconvenience caused.