Moments after she was re-elected as executive mayor of the City of Ekurhuleni, DA councillor Tania Campbell, who was booted out of the position in October, committed to step up service delivery efforts.

Campbell apologised to angry residents who had to contend with disruptions in waste collection for days while the metro had no permanent political head. On Monday, the metro issued a statement apologising for disruptions in waste collection services affecting several townships and suburbs of Ekurhuleni, including Clayville, a mostly working-class suburb...

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