Residents Urged To Be Considerate When Lighting Fireworks

Durban Metro Police spokesman, Senior Superintendent Parboo Sewpersad said fireworks can only be lit from sunset on the days of Diwali until midnight. He warned however that those lighting fireworks must be considerate and not become a nuisance – which carried a R1500 spot fine. Here are some of the by-laws governing the lighting of…
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Green Africa Projects

As usual, the amazing Green Africa team did a wonderful job in keeping Bridge City looking great. They carried out a number of successful projects this month such as removing litter left behind by illegal vendors on Bhejane Road. (Main image) The team also trimmed a tree that was obstructing a security camera on Nogwaja…
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Keeping Bridge City In Check

Daily activities occur in order to keep Bridge City the well-kept node that it is. In August, such activities included eThekwini Municipality workers doing maintenance on street lights on Bridge City Boulevard. Metro Police officers giving fines to illegally parked vehicle owners on Nogwaja Street and the initial phase a traffic calming speed table begins…
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Security Incident At Bridge City Mall

On Monday the 26th of August at approximatly 11:50 am, a coordinated attack took place at the Bridge City Shopping Mall in Kwa-Mashu, by armed perpetrators. Perpetrators isolated a cash in transit team as they collected monies fom one of the tenants. The attempted robbery resulted in deaths of two suspects involved, and, an injury…
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Official Opening Of The Bridge City BP Filling Station

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The BP petrol filling station in Bridge City had an amazing official opening on Thursday the 8th of August! Representatives from BP, the National Empowerment Fund (NEF) and Tongaat Hulett personal who were involved with the project from inception were in attendance. As part of the entertainment lined up for the day dancers performed and…
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Business Forum Disruptions

Business Forums and associated project disruptions and stoppages are a very serious and complex issue with no clear solution from the authorities or private sector representative structures. The situation is not KZN specific, as it is now occurring throughout the country. Furthermore, it is beyond a construction sector issue as it is now cutting across…
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