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Kgautswane taxis struggling to locomate due to the rain and bad road / Image: Twitter

Dire shortage of water and failure of our government to build a road in Kgautswane village

Talane – Kgautswane has a poor road, during these rains, it is difficult for the residents thereof to leave their homes as vehicles are struggling to make a movement.

Some of the residents tweeted citing Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula with the hope of coming to their rescue, as we know our leaders merely care about themselves, the self-proclaimed Mr Fix just avoided them as he kept tweeting his uncalled for stuff.

The road isn’t the only challenge or problem faced by the villagers thereof, a source told STUF News of the dire shortage of water in the village. She said for as long as she remember, they have been buying water from Mr Mashilo who sold 20L for 50c / R0.50 which is the act of humanity.

According to the source, the village didn’t receive water or road solutions from the South African government of ANC since its inception in 1994. The source described Kgautswane as “a very peaceful village” which she reckons, its peacefulness is the major reason our government isn’t making changes in the community, rural developments.

Kgautswane is a small village in Limpopo, located in the Sekhukhune district, under Tubatse Fetakgomo local municipality. It is believed to be on the border between Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces.

Thus far, the Tubatse Fetakgomo local municipality and or the Sekhukhune district municipality aspired to bring some developments in the community. What the source called “basic needs” as that’s what the community need to nurture.

The community members initiated a petition with the major aim of reaching more anticipated signatures and its reaching the National Assembly of South Africa’s attention.

Kindly click here to sign the petition, and let the cries of Kgautswane be heard as an injury to one is an injury to all.