An athlete competing at the Commonwealth Games has been tested for the Ebola virus, and results came back negative.
Motorists Forced to Pay R50 in Sterkspruit
Motorists told the publication that roads between Lady Grey and Sterkspruit were barricaded.
Sterkspruit residents, under the banner of the Sterkspruit Civic Association (SCA), are demanding to have a standalone municipality that is not part of Senqu Municipality, which incorporates Lady Grey and Barkly East.
Other complaints relate to lack of service delivery in Sterkspruit, and allegations of corruption and nepotism within the Senqu Municipality.
Pupils in Sterkspruit have not been to school since February 11 as roads were blocked with stones and burning tyres.
The SCA has condemned the behaviour of the residents.
'We strongly condemn the stoning of vehicles, assault of people, and blocking of emergency vehicles from passing through," SCA chairman Mcebisi Mgojo told the newspaper.
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