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Bridge City Shopping Centre tenant update

The Bridge City Shopping Centre remains closed to the public following severe damage caused by last week’s civil unrest. Engineers have declared the building safe to enter and tenants can now access the building to do their own assessments and uplift any remaining safes or items that may remain in their store. To access the…
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BCMA UPDATE FOLLOWING LAST WEEK’S UNREST

Many areas of KZN including Bridge City and some parts of Gauteng were severely affected by last week’s unrest, looting, and violence. In the aftermath, it has been truly inspiring to see communities quickly rally together to protect, clean up, assist with supplies to affected areas, lift spirits and help rebuild KZN. BCMA Precinct Manager,…
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ETHEKWINI CLINICS OPEN FOR EMERGENCIES

Several of the City’s healthcare facilities are open today, 16 July with limited services offered due to staff shortages. These clinics are open only for emergencies and for the collection of chronic medication. Healthcare facilities have also been affected by the public unrest with staff members unable to get to work while other facilities are…
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NORMALISATION OF CITY SERVICES

EThekwini Municipality intends to resume some services from Friday 16 July, following civil unrest over the past week. The Municipality had suspended services due to protest action in various areas of the city which affected safety and availability of employees. The following services will resume: Durban Transport • The Municipal bus service will resume operations…
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GO! DURBAN BUS TRAFFIC SIGNAL SWITCHED ON

As part of testing the Go!Durban system, the City has unveiled new larger bus traffic signals. Traffic light bus symbols at 10 station intersections along the C3 route have also been switched on. The C3 route of the Integrated Rapid Public Transport Network, known as Go!Durban, runs from Pinetown’s Central Business District through New Germany,…
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CGM teams always committed to great work

The CGM team had a productive past week attending to some overgrown trees and plants along the Bhejane Street sidewalks. This should keep pedestrians off the road and on the sidewalk, ensuring everyone’s safety. We continue to appreciate the municipal deployed street sweepers and their work in keeping our precinct clean.    
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