City of Cape Town installs new flush toilets
By Sasha Forbes
10 December 2008
The City of Cape Town is now in the process of installing flush toilet into the homes of over five-thousand residents of the BM informal settlement in Khayelitsha. The project was initiated with the community over six months ago.
Blommie Hendricks the Director of Development Services said “there were poor flush toilets in BM section and the people were not very happy with the toilets that was in place, then through the water services department and city officials who facilitated the installation of these over four-hundred-and twenty toilets.”
According to Hendricks there are still another one-hundred-and-twenty toilets that have to be installed and that will be done by March next year.