Ramaphosa visited the grave of former ANC president Albert Luthuli in a move widely seen as an attempt to make friends in the province, which is a Zuma stronghold.
A second motor vehicle testing centre is on the cards.
Last week Friday KDM opened the refurbished toilets at Chaka’s Cove, which had been standing in a state of disrepair for years.
Despite pledging support of the ANC in the Greater KwaDukuza Region to Dlamini-Zuma, ANC chairperson Ricardo Mthembu said they will be supporting Ramaphosa.
One of the new concessions is that the system will be put on hold in Shakaskraal CBD as the road belongs to the KZN transport department and not to KDM.
The Ilembe municipality has joined forces with the Swiss government.
Poor planning and financial management left the new council with R164 million debt.
A feedback report was presented at KDM council yesterday, December 12. Following public protest, concessions have been made and further recommendations are under review.
“It is frustrating that I meet people who don’t and have never voted. What they do not realise is that the ANC is not going to govern forever.”
KDM mayor Ricardo Mthembu vowed to rethink the system and take into consideration the public’s concern.
Last week the Courier reported concerns from an investor, Neeran Naidoo, who accused the municipality of holding the hospital ransom by lodging minor defects and delaying granting the hospital an occupation certificate.