A backlog in the collection of refuse removal is causing confusion and anger among Springs residents.
Numerous Springs residents have turned to their local newspaper for assistance after attempting to log complaints with the Ekurhuleni Metro’s call centre.
Some of the departments of the Ekurhuleni Metro are allegedly not sticking to promises made to the mayor, Mzwandile Masina, during his visit on February 23 and 24 as part of the Siyaqhuba project.
The Dal Fouche water crisis that has been plaguing residents for many years is due to a failing booster pump, according to the Ekurhuleni Metro.
Following numerous complaints about the hyacinth not being treated with herbicide in the dam in Dersley, the metro has provided this comment:
Etienne Fourie’s efforts to transform Frikkie Deysel Park into a haven for animals and birds may not materialise.
Construction has finally started at Payneville Extension Three, promising the residents of Gugulethu and Everest informal settlements a brighter future.
Residents in Mossie Street, Daggafontein Extension One, have just about had it with the smell of sewage and blocked drains.
Springs resident Zithule Mpange (49) was very pleased with the metro’s quick reaction after he reported a water and sewage leak to the metro offices on Thursday.
The exact origin of a sink-hole that has recently formed in Mulder Avenue, Strubenvale, remains unclear.
Springs resident Chris Broodryk (52) claims if trees grow in front of a sign and block the view, the sign no longer has any value.