Ward councillor says the situation has already had disastrous impacts for businesses along Old North Coast Road due to the foul ordour emanating from the stream.
Metro Police have urged motorists to be observant when approaching bridges and not to stop under any circumstance.
Fun continues on Durban’s beaches as thousands make the most of the holiday season before the mid January back to school rush.
Contractors responsible for Durban North have reported to Durban Solid Waste (DSW) that that they will not be able to pick up recycling bags since they have run out of space.
City say they will ensure there is increased police visibility near the bridges where the rock-throwing incidents have taken place.
The burst pipe damaged a resident’s verge and the heavy rains that followed caused a massive depression on the busy road.
Police have again urged motorists to drive with caution in the area.
Residents are urged to keep their recyclables in their orange and clear bags in their homes or yards until further notice.
The City’s Roads and Stormwater Department has approved the construction of several speed humps on the road but residents say the road needs to be resurfaced first.
Some of the billboards, situated on the M4, M41 and M13, are in a rusty, dilapidated state and could collapse which may cause injury to members of the public.