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R99 million for Inanda major development projects
​A gravel road in Umzinyathi area being prepared for
tarring.
AS PART of a concerted bid to eradicate slums and informal settlement, the City has approved the Namibia Stop 8 project in iNanda which is set to commence on 22 May.

About 1700 houses will be built during the construction project which is expected to be completed in two years’ time. Chairperson of the Human Settlement Committee Councillor Mondli Mthembu confirmed that Stedon Development Project Contractor will undertake the project that will cost the City R99 million. He said identified locals were currently undergoing training on construction.

The training is provided by the Municipality to ensure that the projects runs efficiently without any glitches.“The contractor is assigned to build 1 695 houses. He will also build internal roads, sewer lines, and storm water drainages in ward 108,” he said.Ward 108 Councillor Sduduzo Khuzwayo said the population in this area is growing fast because of the relocation of people from rural to urban areas for better education and job opportunities. “This ward is situated next to several factories, shopping malls, suburbs and just on the outskirts of Durban. That attracts people to make iNanda their home.

I acknowledge and appreciate the City’s efforts to bring service delivery to iNanda residents,” he said.Councillor Khuzwayo added that another project that is currently taking place, which is the tarring of a gravel road in uMzinyathi. He said ongoing projects have created several employment opportunities for locals.
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