The traffic light on the corner of Webster and Marshall Street has been non-operational for several weeks, according to a Review journalists investigation.
While the rain may have led to an increase in dam levels, it has led to potholes forming and in other areas reappearing on the city’s roads.
The construction is estimated to last until 12 April 2017.
“We have escalated the matter to the electrical services to repair the damage” muni
The Polokwane Municipality have launched a new project to beautify the city by establishing and maintaining landscapes at the entrances of the city
Please note due to the number of reports being received it might take a while before your area is attended to – muni
Municipal Spokesperson, Matshidiso Mothapo encourages all residents to support the municipality in achieving their goal
Spokesperson for the Polokwane Municipality, Matshidiso Mothapo says water has been restored to all areas following shortage.
The municipality assures residents they will continue to provide temporary relief to affected areas.
The storm, which flooded streets, was also associated with strong winds that ripped of tree branches which fell on electrical cables and street lights.
The municipality reassures residents that they will continue to work around the clock to repair all damaged infrastructure