Community leader Earl Polman said: “We (are) waiting in anticipation for the way forward, although we know what is going happen; no considerations for residents health, clean air or rights to noise-free residential areas.
“It’s just all about money and no reflection of dignity towards people and the rights of residents in Kuils River. The law is not being upheld, despite all the evidence that has been provided.
“We are dumped in this monster saga of metal contamination in and around Kuils River and our officials ignores it for the sake of revenue and so called job creation.”
Cisco had an emission licence to minimise the impact of operations. It is a probationary license issued to first-time applicants for two years.