Can anyone say why road surfacing (tar) in townships is far inferior than those of the suburbs?
The surface is almost always rough with the merely blackened concrete stones being visible, let alone the bone-shaking vibrations even in a well-insulated car.
I don’t know if the people who get the contracts for the resurfacing thereof are busy with cost-saving for their ultimate enrichment, have contracts with tyre companies to wear out our tyres faster for a speedy re-purchasing of tyres, black people enjoy living in a bad maintenance quagmire and/or the tardy payment of municipal services by township dwellers is being rewarded with spite.
Luyanda Marlon Kama
Kwa-Dwesi, Port Elizabeth.
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Article source: http://mype.co.za/new/inferior-township-roads/103509/2018/05