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Statement issued by Qondile Khedama, Mangaung Metro Municipality's Head of Communications. Credit: Pulane Choane

The strike that started on 16th May 2017 was protracted and is, unfortunately, continuing to date.

As the City, we are ensuring that all essential services are not severely interrupted.

The management and leadership of the city continue to engage with employees’ representatives (Labour) in seeking an amicable solution to the dispute.

We have developed a plan that would create an environment that would allow unhindered service delivery and payment of services.

We have also realized that people who want to pay for their services are struggling as they are unable to access some of the municipal offices including the Metro’s headquarters, Bram Fischer Building.

Residents/business who wish to pay rates and taxes or purchase water or electricity services are advised to do so at various 3rd party points such as Easy Pay, Pay@, SAMBA, Post Office, ShopRite, Pick N Pay, Checkers, and Woolworths stores etc.

Statement issued by Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality Communications