Several PE roads will be closed for massive ANC 2016 Municipal Elections manifesto launch
From the looks of it, the African National Congress (ANC) will throw a massive 2016 Local Government Elections manifesto launch next week, which will see several roads in Port Elizabeth closed to traffic.
According to the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, please take note that the following roads/streets will be closed during the launch of the ANC Local Government Manifesto from 18:00 on 15 April to 16 April 2016 (access will be allowed to residents and businesses only):
- Milner Avenue
- Prince Alfred Road
- Fettes Road
- Harrower Road (to be turned into a one-way road)
PARKING OF BUSES
The following streets/roads will be reserved for the parking of buses:
- Sydenham Road
- Stebonheath Road
- IPTS lane along Govan Mbeki Avenue
- Leyland Street
- North Road
- Stockelbach Street
For any further information or clarity, please call Mr Livinstone Simakhule of the NMBM Traffic Department at 082 5535 421.
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