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City rehabilitates Glebelands sports field
​​The Glebelands Sports Field in Ward 76 in uMlazi is
currently being rehabilitated.
TO PROMOTE a healthy lifestyle and social cohesion, the City has put aside R2.5 million for the rehabilitation of Glebelands Sports Field in Ward 76 in uMlazi’s V-Section.

The rehabilitation, which began on 6 June, includes the installation of concrete fencing and access gate as well as floodlights to increase security, planting grass, levelling, and the installation of storm water drainage systems by the City’s Development Engineering Department.

Ward Councillor Mshiyeni Mzobe said the sports field was identified through Community Based Planning meetings. “It was earmarked because of its deteriorating condition. This sports field is frequently used by the community. When it rains, the field gets flooded and it poses a challenge for those who wish to use the facility,” he said.

Parks, Recreation and Culture Unit Technical Officer Vuyo Sikhosana said the City invests in the rehabilitation of recreational facilities to promote wellbeing and a healthy lifestyle in eThekwini.
“Through such facilities, we encourage youth to participate in sports so that they do not fall through the cracks of social ills.

Also, there was a demand to rehabilitate the sports field because the community was inconvenienced when they needed to use the sports facility,” she said. The rehabilitation programme is expected to be completed by end of January 2019.
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