Residents from Lotus Gardens, Atteridgeville, and Saulsville, under the banner of the Lotus Gardens, Atteridgeville, and Saulsville Civic Association, will hold the Lasca march to Tshwane House today, highlighting a range of concerns, including estimated bills, by-law enforcement, service delivery, and credit control.
The Lasca march, scheduled to commence at 11:00 and conclude at 14:00, is anticipated to impact central streets, specifically Struben, Sophie de Bruyn, and Madiba streets, affecting road users.
To coordinate their demonstration, participants plan to assemble at the Marabastad Old Putco bus stop at 10:00 on Friday. Subsequently, the marchers will proceed to Tshwane House at 11:00 to deliver memorandums to Mayor Cilliers Brink, City Manager Johan Mettler, and Council Speaker Mncedi Ndzwanana at noon.
Given the potential disruption caused by the Lasca march, motorists are advised to consider alternative routes during the planned hours. The march underscores community grievances and residents’ proactive stance to address their concerns with municipal authorities.
Picture: Supplied by Pretoria Rekord
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