Mzi Zuma is reportedly going to contest for the position of ANC chairperson in Kwa-Zulu Natal's Moses Mabhida region. Zuma is the former regional secretary and current UMgungundlovu District Mayor. Moses Mabhidha is the second biggest region in Kwa-Zulu Natal province following eThekwini. The home of RET forces is also said to be eThekwini which is why winning the municipality was very important to those aligned to Jacob Zuma.
Pietermaritzburg mayor, Mzi Thebolla, is adamant that the violence which left an unidentified man dead in the city centre this week was not driven by xenophobia but criminality, which police say they have under control. Thebolla has called for calm and for residents to desist from violence.
ANC individuals fighting over the rejection of specific party individuals from the ANC Moses Mabhida district councilor list on Friday walked to the association's Pietermaritzburg workplaces. Driven by ANC Msunduzi ward 32 branch executive, Vincent Myeni, the huge horde of disappointed ANC individuals walked from Dales Park to the party's Hoosen Haffejee Street local workplaces.
Crisis administrations have been doing combating to contain a fire that broke out at the Jika Joe casual settlement in Pietermaritzburg on Wednesday. It is indistinct how the fire began, anyway the Msunduzi district said in an explanation that the fire would influence power flexibly to neighboring territories as it was consuming in the region of a power tower. "Our contemplations are with the casualties during this awful experience and we are reacting with all accessible assets. "Our calamity supervisory
MEC Ravi Pillay has, in his capacity as champion MEC for uMgungundlovu District, thanked firefighters who have worked hard to control the fire at the New England Road landfill site in Pietermaritzburg. Speaking during a visit to the landfill site, MEC Pillay said despite there being few hostpots that remain and the wind being unpredictable he was confident that all was now under control. “We are hopeful at this stage that the fire has been brought under control”. He said the focus now shifts to the rehabilitation