Senekal paves the way for better times
The community collaborates across racial lines to address problems with service delivery, starting with potholes
Five months ago, farmers and residents of Senekal were standing on opposite sides of a police cordon as emotions ran high after the murder of farm foreman Brendin Horner and the subsequent court appearance of two suspects.
Now, resident and farmer John Kotzè says they are at the start of great things.
From the other side of town, Sabata Tsotsotso from Zone 3 in Matwabeng said he had been inspired to see the work being done around town by the Senekal Matwabeng Community Forum and started participating by fixing the roads...