JOHANNESBURG - The City of Johannesburg said ideological groups were made mindful well before the mission season that political race banners should be taken out from streetlamp shafts inside 14 days of the finish of the surveys.
The city helped parties that in wording to remember Section 28 of the outside publicizing by-laws of 2009, ideological groups should eliminate the banners inside the endorsed period or face a fine.
Representative Virgil James said parties were given a beauty period yet if they neglected to eliminate the banners, the city would be compelled to make a move.
"They are given a further beauty time of various days where after the city will eliminate the banners for a recommended expense of R1,000 per banner," James said.
James said the banners could turn into a blemish.
He said: "These banners look unattractive and they can make the city look chaotic in case they are as yet holding tight these shafts weeks or months after races.".
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