The City’s Deputy Head: Coastal, Stormwater and Catchment Management, Randeer Kasserchun said sand from south of the harbour is dredged and transferred to Durban central beaches through sand pumping operations.
The purpose of the survey was to enable Councillor Chris Pappas to focus his attention on things that mattered.
No bathing and beach use will be allowed in the sections of beaches that are closed off while sand replenishment activities are under way
The viaduct in Alan Paton Road is being used as a public toilet.
“Residents need to realise there is a process that needs to be followed, and this takes time.”
The parties signed off on this R200 million-plus project at an official ceremony on Monday, 16 April.
“The main aim of this programme is to introduce a culture of travelling to our disadvantaged children.”
SDCEA welcomes renewable energy projects but concerned about job creation in local poor communities
Hundreds of designers try out but only 10 can be selected to participate in the Durban Fashion Fair.
The draft budget was tabled at a full council and will be going out for public consultation and comments.
Councillor Martin Meyer said the issue of vagrancy in Morningside is a challenge.