Residents of ward 15 in Evaton are sick and tired of lack of services from the local Municipality they are forced to share their pavements with cars due to the large potholes on the road.
According to the daily sun news report, residents of ward 15 in Evaton West have expressed their frustration with the lack Services they getting from they getting from the local Municipality, they have expressed how frustrated they with having to use bad roads which have large potholes on a daily basis.
The residents have expressed that they have to share their pavements with vehicles that want to avoid the potholes and this is dangerous for pedestrians and children, "cars drive to close to our gates because of the roads and this is dangerous for our children" said a disgruntled resident.
The residents have also stated that promises have been made by officials that something will be done about the bad roads but nothing was delivered, they have lost hope and vow to not vote for the current government on the coming elections.
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