If we were to find our selves in big cities such as Johannesburg,Cape Town, Durban and maybe East London there wouldn't be such poor road and would have been fixed long before potholes appear or a day after a report came in.
For the past 5 years a road has gone without maintenance and repair of the roads have not yet been seen to be repaired which has brought disappointment to the people of Giyani.
When a construction tender is given out to the to candidate it seems as if the tender officials fails to perform background check on the beneficiaries.
If we to continue in such a short sighted path of voting and waiting for the the completion of the incomplete roads then we will end up being driven into a swamp. Those in power have no yet seen to it that those who are corrupt are punished for their criminal ways.
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