THE DA in Nelson Mandela Bay is forging ahead with plans for a full-scale mass protest to the City Hall, after getting more than 11000 residents to sign its "Save our metro" petition.
The party hopes the gathering will spur the metro's political bosses into action to stabilise the city administration.
The petition was started in July by ward 2 councillor Dean Biddulph, who said political interference and maladministration in the municipality had led to poor service delivery. By yesterday the petition had reached the 11170 mark – 6360 signed online and 4810 on hard copies.
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