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Warning for unauthorised contractors
EThekwini Municipality wishes to inform members of the public about illegal refurbishment work of the City’s ablution facilities reported to be currently underway in some wards.

The City has been inundated with reports of contractors that are hard at work refurbishing the City’s ablution facilities in various informal settlements without being authorised to do so.

The City would like to state categorically that it will not pay any contractor without a valid purchase order. The Municipality has a Supply Chain Management Policy where it is stipulated that appointed service providers will receive an official order and an appointment letter before commencing with any work.

The public is requested to report any suspicious work taking place at ablution facilities to 0800 20 20 20.

Meanwhile, eThekwini Mayor Councillor Mxolisi Kaunda has condemned the armed robbery at Hambanathi Clinic in Tongaat that occurred on 29 October. Security guards at the clinic were reportedly overpowered at gunpoint with 10 computers and two laptops containing patients’ information being stolen.

Mayor Kaunda said the robbery was a direct attack on the community. He called on those with information to come forward as it will assist police with the investigation.

 “This has affected our Online Patient Registration System and we are working around the clock to return the situation to normalcy. The clinic was only closed for a short while to allow police to finalise the investigation including the taking of fingerprints. We are going to ensure that service delivery is not affected,” said Mayor Kaunda.
 
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