The African Christian
Democratic Party in the Western Cape has welcomed the historic agreement
between Mitchells Plain and Isiqalo informal settlement.
ACDP Leader Ferlon Christians
said the agreement related to how the two communities would resolve differences
relating to service delivery protests.
Christians said the agreement
relates to how the two communities would resolve differences relating to
service delivery protests.
Christians said it was
announced yesterday, 24 March 2015, during a press briefing. Mitchells Plain
residents were heavily affected by ongoing protests made by the Isiqhalo
informal settlement members who were blockading the Jakes Gerwel Drive.
Christians said Mitchells
Plain residents were held hostage and many could not travel to places of
Christians urges all community
leaders to use the correct channels when lodging service delivery grievances.
He further calls on community
leaders from Mitchells Plain and the Isiqhalo informal settlement to engage the
mayor of the City of Cape Town to furnish them with a strategic plan on how
these service delivery issues will be dealt with.
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