The Bolobedu Society for Disabled People (BSDP) is angry with the Greater Tzaneen Municipality councillors who allegedly overlooked them in the allocation of RDP houses and pit toilets.
BSDP chairperson, David Malatji, says they recommend that the four councillors be relieved of their duties before the local government elections next year.
Malatji says the BSDP has a record of people who have been allocated houses ‘just because they are close toward councillors’.
The BSDP states that of the 1 223 known disabled people in the area, none have received RDP houses or toilets despite qualifying to get them.
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