According to the Lekwa Municipality’s Facebook-page, Mr Mtshweni is concerned about the situation.
“It’s either we sit and watch our town fall deeper into decay or stand up and do something,” they said.
According to Ms Mnisi, the problem has been going on for more than four years.
According to Mr Bonginkosi Mphuthi, chairman of PRET, the project has been awarded to businesses from outside Rooikoppen.
According to inside sources, the alleged rift in the ANC has some backing Mr Dhlamini, while others allege leadership without vision.
“We are not going to hurt anyone, we just want to be heard,” they said.
Mr Dhlamini was apparently nowhere to be found when the REC wanted to communicate their decision.
According to the DA, they will continue to monitor the progress of the site and request an alternative for the people of Morgenzon.
“Municipal workers arrived here last week, just looked and did nothing before leaving,” a policeman said.
Volgens ’n inwoner, me. Claudene Swamers, was hulle keelvol en raadop met die daaglikse stank.
“We are glad we have water and hope the problem does not reoccur,” he said.