CT to upgrade roads
The City of Cape Town will spend over R500 million to upgrade roads in disadvantaged areas.
CAPE TOWN - City bosses will spend over R500 million over the next three years to upgrade roads in disadvantaged areas.
Transport officials launched the initiative in Manenberg earlier on Tuesday.
Mayoral committee member Brett Herron said many of the roads were in poor condition.
"We really want to accelerate the process of upgrading roads."
Manenberg community leader Bonita Jacobs said, "In winter, the roads are flooded because there are no drains. The roads also have potholes."