The members of the South African Police Service had to be on standby to ensure that peace prevailed in Motherwell on Wednesday morning. This was the members of the community took it to the streets to express their concerns over poor service delivery.
The Addo Road was blocked by the raging community members using stones and the burning of tyres . The good news is that there were no vehicles that were damaged by the protesters according to the law enforcement agencies´ confirmation.
The only setback was that the demonstrations led to the slow movement of traffic as it took time to clear the road. What the residents of Motherwell are going through should be a wake-up call for them. They need to make the right choice in the upcoming national elections. Taking it to the streets is a clear indication that the municipality has failed the community members.
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