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The City of Cape Town’s Mayco member for Area North, Councillor Suzette Little, confirmed it’s the City’s Recreation and Parks Department that is “generally responsible for structural maintenance or upgrades, if planned for in the departmental budget or specifically provided for through ward allocations.”

She said the department recently attended to the club’s road reserve and grounds outside the facility.

Jones says this was when they trimmed and cleared the bush on one side of the facility and not the other.

Little said the “department undertakes to engage with the club as a matter of urgency to discuss the repairs and maintenance issues and the roles and responsibilities pertaining to this.”

Despite this response being sent almost two weeks ago, Jones says no-one has contacted him since.

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