Middle Beach Wall

by | Mar 13, 2020 | Blog, Water, Infrastructure and Maintenance | 7 comments

Since the collapse of the Middle Beach Wall, KOSRA, along with Estuary Care and COB, have been on the case. In order to find out how and why an unqualified contractor was awarded the tender by Ndlambe to mend the wall, KOSRA was instructed by Ndlambe Municipality to apply via the ‘Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000’ (PAIA).

Subsequently, our Chairman was handed the requested documents on 11 March 2020. This response (click to view) makes interesting reading. Similar to the Talk of the Town report on the RO plant in Port Alfred – starring the same ‘Julius’?! (Click here to read the TOT article)

How lucky are we to have a retired lawyer at our helm!

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7 Comments

  1. WOW!
    Great job KOSRA. Do you think it will be possible to get the job redone or fixed?

  2. I will gladly give the members of the KOSRA committee each a Bell

  3. Thanks you for dealing with this issue as well as the corruption and incompetence of our municipality. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.

  4. We cogratulate George on an excellent lette and look forward to hearing the outcome. Ted and Rem Gilfillan

  5. Superb work George and KOSRA. You and KOSRA are putting in an amazing amount of time and effort on a whole lot of Ndlambe Kenton Municipality management matters, and it’s very much appreciated. The degree of mis-management and apparent corruption is almost overwhelming but yourselves raising and tackling these matters gives us hope that we will be able to start putting a stop to this gross abuse and looting of taxpayers money.

  6. George Poole and all the hardworking, level-headed KOSRA committee members, are to be congratulated on their superb handling of the issues pertaining to the farcical efforts of the unqualified contractor.

  7. Wow cuz this is extremely great job! Congrats and keep it up.

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