Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Journ'Tau Investigation Leads to Completion of House

Sthembiso Sithole

Senini Chauke excited that Jou'Tau published the story
leading to the construction of his house.
On 18 May 2011 Journ’Tau published a story on a 70 year old man, Senini Chauke, whose house hadn’t been completed by Xazulula Construction Company Renovation. The construction company had been tasked by the council in Soshanguve to build houses for several community members.

After the publication of the story the council has tasked the same company to complete the construction of the house and Xazulula has gone back to do the work they had initially neglected.

Senini Chauke wasn't a happy man two weeks ago
as the construction of his house had come to a halt.
During our initial story ward councilor, Rosemary Ngobeni, had said she was unaware of such problems in her area and thought all housing constructions were in order. She did promise to ensure that the incomplete house would eventually be completed as it is currently happening now.

Chauke says he is happy that his dream is finally being answered.

“I am very happy that finally God has answered my prayers, soon my house will be completed as it is winter time,”

The old man, currently suffering from ill health, initially told Journ’Tau that the stress from an incomplete house was worsening her situation.

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