A city awakens…

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A freshly patched up 2nd Avenue, a route in the bustling business area of Westdene.

All indications are that the will to serve its residents has returned to the Mangaung Metro Municipality headquarters. After months of slow or no service delivery, projects to improve the city are popping up everywhere. Not only are there new service delivery projects taking place in various parts of the city but the turnaround time has also improved according to some residents. Although Mangaung spokesperson, Qondile Khedama, didn’t elaborate, he did tell Bloemfontein Courant that the municipality is making major inroads in providing services to the community. Bloemfontein Courant‘s NOMAQHAWE MTEBELE went around the City of Roses where she found numerous streets getting patched up, potholes being filled and overgrown grass getting trimmed among other services. PIERCE VAN HEERDEN took the pictures.

The paving in the busy Dr Belcher Road was getting fixed on Wednesday morning.
Municipal workers took up their tools on Wednesday morning to remove sand the Pelonomi Academic Hospital.
The pavement in Louw Wepener Street across from Preller Square was being repaired by municipal workers on Tuesday.
A freshly patched up 2nd Avenue, a route in the bustling business area of Westdene.