Kenton rates group takes muni to court
The Kenton-On-Sea Ratepayers Association case against Ndlambe municipality yesterday (Thursday 15 October) was postponed for today (Friday 16 October) by the Grahamstown High Court.
The association’s chairman, Simon Oliver, said they opened a case against the municipality for lack of service delivery.
Speaking to Grocott’s Mail outside the courtroom yesterday, he said the municipality was not addressing their concerns of sewage that is spilling into the Bushman’s River.
Second, the municipality had failed to manage their refuse site and to recycle some recyclable material.
“This case has been going on for several years and the municipality has failed to respond to our concern and that is why we took it to court,” said Oliver.