Albert Falls Dam levels have dropped to an alarming low and city reservoirs have run dry, forcing the Municipality to reinstate Stage 3 water restrictions.
Councillor Mmabatho Tembe approached the KGYS to discuss initiating a pilot project over three months.
Councillor Chris Pappas is to call meeting on traffic calming following a collision earlier today.
Councillor Martin Meyer said there is clearly a growing problem with rolling power outages in Durban.
Pappas said it took three months to get the correct contacts to organise a meeting between residents, the police and Public Works Department to address the future of this establishment.
An estimated 306 430 tons of refuse was collected over the long weekend.
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A number of events are lined up in the City and surrounding townships.
Durban enjoyed a bumper Christmas long weekend with beach visitors peeking at more than 300 000 enjoying some seaside fun yesterday.
The programme is to engage with the youth and create awareness about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse and promote safe sexual behaviour.
KZN Community Assist and Disaster Management members are extremely concerned about an abandoned Prospect Road building which they stumbled upon during weekend patrols.