The current condition of Jo'burg city has left its residents very frustrated. The Jozi streets are cramped up with pollution and the buildings are falling apart. The majority have blamed the ruling party for failure to clean and develop the city.
During this Coronavirus pandemic strict hygienic practices are supposed to be followed in order to curb infections. However little or non Is being done about the pollution which overshadows this once beautiful city.
Shopping centres and malls are surrounded by polluted filth hence the municipality is not accounting to clean the city.
The buildings have been hijacked by illegal foreigners who have seeker shelter. The city is no longer hygienic, more crooks are scavenging the city and buildings are falling apart.
The public was not pleased of how the ANC's incompetency has allowed a major town and central tourist attraction such as Johannesburg to become a junk city.
Joburg residents have requested better management from its leaders as many fear of walking in the unsafe streets of Jozi.
Comments from Twitter:
A Sanitation programme needs to be enforced in this city in order to bring it back to life. More human settlements such as RDP's or flats where citizens can shelter must be built. This will make sure that the CBD stays proper.
Revive the City of Gold!!!
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