eThekwini Municipality ratepayers have until the end of the month to apply for the “Special Relief Payment Plan for COVID-19”. The plan is aimed at arranging a payment plan with those who are in arrears during the lockdown.
Despite the ban announced by the eThekwini Municipality prohibiting bathing and surfing at all Durban beaches to curb the spread of coronavirus, many local beach-goers still took the risk.
The Health Safety and Security Unit at the eThekwini Municipality says it is concerned about the increasing number of new born babies found dumped in various parts of Durban.
More than 2 million people have visited Durban since the start of the festive season.
The South African Weather Service says residents should brace themselves as more, heavy rainfall is expected in some parts of Ethekwini Municipality including Durban and the Ugu district in southern KwaZulu-Natal for the rest of the day.