Video : https://1drv.ms/v/s!Ap0eg8BKWMPInTteGZnB3ywsg0cg A volatile situation in Leandra Mpumalanga, Residents torched municipal property which include a Thusong centre and vehicles. They want the municipality to provide them land for human settlement. This was in the heat of the protests that have gripped the country and province, citizens are showing a lot of discontent through their displays of anger where they are torching municipal buildings as well as destroying anything that they could get their hands on in order to get their point across.
On 25 March, the Department of Home Affairs announced on a media briefing of the Justice, Crime Prevention and Security that during the lockdown, all of its offices will only be open from 10h00 to 14h00, Monday to Friday. All the offices will open except those located in the Thusong service Centres. The department only offers limited services, which are: · issuing of temporary identity certificates, · issuing of death certificates and · Re-issuing of birth cer
Today CDM hosted the 2021 Annual Thusong Week which started today and ending on the 17th September 2021. The opening of the Thusong Week was blessed by the Deputy Minister of Communication, Mme Pinkie Kekana. The event is taking place at Botlokwa Thusong Centres under the theme ” Working together we can do more to bring integrated government Services to the people”.
Service delivery is one of the things that the government is failing the residents of South Africa in, these people who are voters are let down by the very same people they put in power through their botes, and when they are fed up, hell breaks lose, properties are torched these days.