Posts Tagged ‘juline prinsloo’

Humansdorp residents in dire circumstances

July 30, 2013

Some residents of Humansdorp’s resident live in shacks, their streets are filthy, they don’t have electricity, and they do have a make-shift bucket toilet system.

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The people of Polla Park in KwaNomzamo have already given the municipality a petition listing all their complaints, but after several protest marches, the ward councillor and the Kouga Municipality is ignoring the call from Polla Park for basic services and houses.

Over the weekend, it was agreed that a new petition will be drawn up and given to the DA to deliver to Noxolo Kiviet, the Premier of the Eastern Cape.

In Shukushukuma, another informal settlement in KwaNomzamo people have lived in dire circumstances for more than 10 years and Kouga Municipality is ignoring their demands for service delivery.

Their previous petition, which was handed in with the Polla Park cry for basic services and housing, has also been ignored.

“It is shocking that residents in the Kouga are forced to live in such conditions. The DA has promised to hand over their petition to the Premier as well”, said Elza Van Lingen, the leader of the DA in Kouga, who visited the residents together with DA shadow councillor for Polla Park, Juline Prinsloo.

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The DA brings water to the people

April 23, 2012

Ward 6 – Kwanomzamo Humansdorp Councillor Juline Prinsloo has managed to install 15 communual taps in 2 squatter camps.

Councillor Juline Prinsloo cares about the community

The community are very grateful for the initiative and has promised their support to the Democratic Alliance as this is an ANC stronghold.

Councillor Prinsloo also took the media to this ward to inform the public what is happening there. The community hall has been totally vandalized and public amenities are basically non existant.

The DA is committed to making a difference to the lives of the people of Kouga! Vote DA and save Kouga!!

Street lights repaired in Humansdorp

April 19, 2012

With only a few streetlights in Humansdorp that were in working condition, ample opportunity was created for crimininals.

Councillor Juline Prinsloo is active with the Community Police Forum in Humansdorp

People were robbed and stabbed as it was very dark at night and criminals could operate with impunity. Burglary had also increased and residents were fearing for their lives.

Councillor Prinsloo took the matter up with the Electrical department of the Kouga Municipality and the street lights have now been repaired in Town as well as the suburb of Boskloof.

The community has applauded the initiative of their councillor. The Humansdorp Police have also expressed their gratitude.

Jobs available with the South African Police

April 11, 2012

Councillor Juline Prinsloo is active with the Community Police Forum in Humansdorp

The South African Police Service (Saps) has called for matriculants to apply for positions to become Police Officers.

They must go to the Humansdorp police station with their Matric certificate and ID documents as soon as possible.

Councillor Juline Prinsloo will help any matriculants who may require assistance with the process and she can be contacted on 073 588 3180