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Encouraging activity in and around Bridge City

It has been a positive week in Bridge City as construction of internal roads in the town centre continues at a steady pace. The outline of the roads is now visible and the project is scheduled to take approximately 9 months. Earthworks on the development of Ptn 131 is going well.    On the cleaning,…

Collective efforts in keeping Bridge City looking great

Thank you to the eTM Wastewater Department who was on site last week Friday inspecting sewer lines. Three of which were blocked and subsequently jetted.    The Green Africa team completed grass cutting of the open stands in the Bridge City town centre area that began last week. The cutting was completed in record time,…

Durban destinations set the scene for a successful Easter weekend

An eThekwini Municipality (eTM) newsflash from the 8th of April shows that approximately 45 000 visitors arrived in Durban over the Easter break and hotel occupancy rates peaked at an average of 60 percent. Direct spending boosted the local economy by an estimated R60 million, and GDP contribution was around R150 million, with a total…

eTM focus efforts on areas needing attention in Bridge City

Last week various eTM departments were in Bridge City attending to faults reported by the Management Association. Streetlights were a high priority since the hard lockdown last year. eTM’s Electrical Department deployed three trucks to repair faulty streetlights, focusing on ensuring badly lit areas were now sufficiently lit up. In the coming weeks, the team…

Maintenance and greening continue in Bridge City

Last week was a productive one for Green Africa and the team continued with verge maintenance in Bridge City. The team focused their efforts on the corner of Bridge City Boulevard and Bhejane Street. Green Africa has reported an increase in bottles picked up for recycling since the opening of alcohol sales on lockdown level…

The risk of alien invasive plants and how our precincts manage them

South Africa’s Department of Environmental Affairs defines invasive alien plants as species that are exotic, non-indigenous or non-native to an ecosystem. Due to the lack of natural enemies and the resistance to local diseases, these plants tend to spread aggressively and then threaten biodiversity, reduce water availability and increase the risk of wildfires. Riverhorse Valley…

Green Africa maintains BRT Route along iQola Road

Last week the Green Africa team did a great job maintaining, weeding and grass cutting the BRT route along iQola Road and the section looks noticeably tidier. DSW sweepers continue to support the Green Africa team by picking and sweeping litter in Bridge City and their work is always appreciated. A big thanks to Metro…

Loading zone signs painted and maintenance continues in Bridge City

A big thanks to the eTM Roads Department for painting the loading zone signs along Nogwaja Street, in front of the Bridge City Shopping centre last week. The Green Africa landscaping team continually ensures that the precinct is kept clean and maintained, with the DSW street sweepers providing additional support.
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