This means that at the next council meeting, which is expected to take place next month, the item on the agenda will probably be passed.
“We need to get the ball rolling on this project as soon as possible. This is an important project that could benefit the entire community,” mayco member for transport and urban development, Felicity Purchase said on Wednesday.
At a meeting to announce the decision, the ANC’s Bheki Hadebe accused the committee of preventing the public from attending the meeting.
“We are disgusted that in our time of democracy, members of the public are prevented from attending such an important meeting.”