Mayor thankful to all stakeholders
NHLANGANO Mayor Deon Anderson believes 2018 was an eventful year which the town council will count it as one of the years where difference was made.
The mayor said they were looking forward to seeing even 2019 becoming a year to remember, especially on the development front. He thanked the residents, ratepayers and other stakeholders for a peaceful and memorable festive period.
“We appreciate the cooperation we received from everyone. Ratepayers, the business community and not forgetting visitors, have all contributed to a successful 2018. Let us also maintain that spirit in order to achieve more in 2019, and let us be seen contributing in taking the town to another level,” said the mayor.
The mayor said the council would remain committed in seeing to it that all programmes under its development agenda were met and fulfilled. He said to them as councillors, any project was considered important. He said upgrading roads and other infrastructure would continue being a priority.
“The improvements of the general infrastructure also remain our priority. We want to see Nhlangano becoming an ideal centre for any type of business. We remain committed to assisting investors to come and settle in this town. We are fully committed to also be counted as a town which is doing everything to seeing Vision 2022 attained,” said the mayor.
Anderson announced that the first 2019 meeting of the council with ratepayers and residents is planned for January 18 at the Eswatini Water Services Corporation auditorium starting at 1000 hours.
The mayor said they were looking forward to seeing even 2019 becoming a year to remember especially on the development