The Community Safety Oversight Committee will compile a report of the outcomes that will be brought to council.
The municipality has a zero tolerance approach towards racism.
Brandon Pretorius, DA ward councillor for the area, is optimistic about the development and hopes the hyacinth will finally be brought under control.
Despite recent concerns about a change in banks the Ekurhuleni Metro uses and the effect it would have on residents’ payments, the metro hasn’t changed banks since September 2015, when a tender was awarded to Nedbank.
The project will see about 100 local roads, including some in Tsakane, being resurfaced.
Mandela Day calls on us all to be agents of change in our communities.
The platform will also afford young people an opportunity to register their CVs on the city’s unemployed youth database.
The Herald has received comment from the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality regarding letters received from readers.
“The extent of damage is still undetermined, however, emergency operations have been suspended till the situation is normalised.”
“We are currently busy moving into the new library.”
Numerous shacks and other structures were promptly dismantled by the Red Ants.