Community of Farlie, Mabitsela, Leokaneng and PinkieSebotse says they are concerned about the incomplete of the project in their area( Ward 22), which is now(2021) in bad condition which now blocks learners from going to schools.
One of the Leokaneng Community Forum Leader, Madimetja Kganyago was speaking with Seshego and Moletjie News today. He was saying that the conditions of the road has affected them so badly because, it makes it difficult for the residents to cross over to nearby villages and students not to go to school during heavy rains.
Madimetja Kganyago says some nutrition transports which delivers food at schools are unable to cross on the tar road. He added that the public works is aware about the condition of the road( D3428) and it was supposed to send their engineers in 2017 to tar the road, but until today...it is not even showing signs of being developed.
"As the community, we will be soon mobilizing to stage a campaign about the tarring of the road" said Madimetja.
Seshego and Moletjie news.
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