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New roads and community hall in ward 13
​The recently tarred road that connects Zwelethu and Paul Shezi
Road in ward 13.
FOUR roads were recently tarred in Luganda, ward 13, including a busy road that connects Zwelethu to Paul Shezi Road. Ward Councillor Reginald Cloete said the project which took almost two months to complete is a service delivery project to minimise gravel roads.

Councillor Cloete said other gravel roads in the region have been identified to undergo the same upgrade. He said that apart from the tarring of the roads, plans are also underway to build a new community hall in Luganda. “We are now waiting for a letter of appointment to be issued as the Supply Chain Management processes started mid last year,” said Councillor Cloete. With regards to housing and infrastructure challenges in the ward, he appealed to residents to be patient and allow the City to unpack its service delivery programmes. “We are working on issues faced by the community and they have been prioritised such as the urgency for proper sewage infrastructure.

I appeal to the community to refrain from violent protests and damaging infrastructure,” said Councillor Cloete. Land invasions has also effected the ward. Councillor Cloete said the housing project in Mariannridge has faced many challenges resulting in delays. “The delays has caused people to invade the same land that was reserved for housing project. I appeal to community members to contact me and not take the law into their own hands,” said Councillor Cloete.

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