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The DA in Limpopo has committed to addressing a range of community issues at Vaalwater’s Leseding.
Limpopo Provincial leader Jacques Smalle said in response to queries from The BEAT solutions to burning issues such as water supplies, were to be addressed by the end of 2017.
Commitment to deadlines was a sequel to a fact-finding mission led by Smalle in the area in recent weeks, where he was accompanied by a high-powered delegation of the DA’s local, provincial and national officials.
The delegation included DA agriculture shadow minister, Annette Steyn.
Smalle told The BEAT Steyn gave the undertaking to raise the matters in the National Assembly.
During the mass meeting, the Vaalwater community raised issues ranging from the illegal employment of foreign nationals, and water supplies.
“We are in the process of trying to help these workers obtain the necessary documents,” Smalle said.
8 months ago 17 August 2017