FIX AND BLITZ WITH GOOD GREEN DEEDS CLEANUP CAMPAIGN FOR DUNCAN VILLAGE On Friday 22 May, Buffalo City Metro Executive Mayor Xola Pakati will lead the Fix and Blitz with Good Green Deeds Clean Up Campaign in Duncan Village clearing illegal dumping sites in the area. The City is determined in this programme and making sure illegal dump sites are cleaned to keep the City clean. The City’s refuse removal service are still operating optimally during this period of the COVID-19 lockdown. The details are as follows: Assembly Point: Gompo Community Hall Identified Areas: Gxasheka, Ford, Msimango, Malinga and Skeyi Streets (Ward 6) Date: 22 May 2020 Time: 8:30 am Issued by the BCM CommunicationsPosted by Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality on Thursday, 21 May 2020
Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality reported on their Facebook Page that the BCMM Executive Mayor, Xola Pakati, will spearhead the clearing of illegal dumping sights in Duncan Village.
The initiative will take place in partnership with the “Fix and Blitz with Good Green Deeds Clean Up Campaign” on Friday, May 22.
All parties will gather at 8h30 at the designated assembly point of the Gompo Community Hall with the Ward 6 areas of Gxasheka, Ford, Msimango, Malinga and Skeyi Streets having been identified for the clean-up.
The cleaning of illegal dump sites forms an intrinsic part of the municipality’s intent to keep the City clean.
In it’s Facebook post, BCMM stated that the City’s refuse removal service remained fully operational during the COVID-19 lockdown.