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Burst pipe in neighbouring area causes water issues on Florida Road

The burst pipe at the intersection of Currie and Springfield Road has led to the water supply being affected in certain areas on Florida Road. A municipal water tanker is in the area supplying affected residents with water. eTM has…
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Government announces conditional reopening of the beaches affected by the Cornubia Chemical Spill

The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs (EDTEA), Mr Ravi Pillay, has announced that the beaches that were closed due to contamination from the toxic chemical spill emanating from the UPL warehouse in Cornubia in July, would…
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DURBAN’S TOURISM SECTOR READY TO WELCOME VISITORS

It is safe to travel and explore Durban. This is the reassurance to visitors from eThekwini Mayor Councillor Mxolisi Kaunda. This comes as the City continues with its vigorous tourism rebuilding campaign which is supported by increased security visibility at…
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Florida Road back to business in level three

Florida Road is busy with all businesses open and operating under lockdown level three. Our CGM team did a great job touching up the bollards outside Spar and the area looks good. The eThekwini Municipality electrical department was on site…
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