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Community builds bridge by themselves for easy access to work and school outside Pinetown


A community outside Pinetown has decided to build for themselves a wooden bridge for easy access to go to work and school. A well-structured bridge is supposed to be constructed for the community by the government but the reverse is the case, so the community members have to look for an alternative.

"This is what a community just outside of Pinetown has had to build themselves so they can be able to commute to work and school. Where’s the money?"

It is in the News that the South African government has approved R22 million for a monumental flag and a community in the country does not have a well-structured bridge.

Some people have reacted to this in different ways, take a look at some of their responses below;

@HermanHG tweeted,

"They partied, boozed, and ate it."

@Seebrommer tweeted,

"That's why I'm so excited about the R22m flag. At least you can show something for the money purportedly spent. This R1.4 billion is the reason all the sewage works are clogged up."

@emmanwaneri2000 tweeted,

"Where's the money? Between Zikalala, Jacob Zuma, and Gumede, the principalities ruling KZN we should find the money."

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