Residents living with disabilities in Mdantsane will soon have access to municipal offices after years of struggling without wheelchair-friendly facilities.
The construction of access pathways and wheelchair ramps will be done during the current financial year, Buffalo City Metro mayor Xola Pakati announced last week. He said this was part of the metro’s programme of making services more accessible to people with disabilities.
The construction will be done at municipal offices in NU2, 4, 6, 7, 11, 14 and 16, Pakati told hundreds of residents in Mdantsane last week.
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