New roads

Residents in the Unity-Vereeniging Neighbourhood Democratic Council area are benefitting from a 12 percent increase in traffic flow following the rehabilitation of 15 kilometres (km) or 32 roads  under the Community Road Improvement Programme (CRIP), GINA said.
Residents of the Unity-Vereeniging NDC at the Helena Primary School at the CRIP road project commissioning yesterday. (GINA photo)
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