The Nelson Mandela Bay’s informal settlement were earmarked to undergo a “cleaning” project on November 1, 2018.
The so-called “clean & green” project would have created 200 temporary jobs. Initially, head of public health, Yolisa Pali disrupted the project as she was not familiar with the task. So the plan was postponed to December 1 and yet again it couldn’t start due to a shortage of workers and the attention was shifted to clean up beaches.
Questions are asked about the hundreds of unemployed people in the area and of course why the neighborhoods are so dirty and where are the funds currently?
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