Following a week of violent service delivery protests that marred KaNyamazane and surrounding areas, MEC Pat Ngomane urges people to resume with their normal lives.
Nearly 200 houses have so far been successfully refurbished and the remaining ones will follow once all service providers are back on site.
He was last seen wearing a blue jersey, a pair of light blue jeans as well as a pair of white All Star sneakers.
The suspect absconded several court proceedings and a warrant of arrest was issued. Meanwhile, he was rearrested for a separate case of the same crime.
Streets are clean and the situation is calm this afternoon.
This will strengthen the capacity of the municipalities to deal with service delivery challenges
Monto Nkosi and Ms Elizabeth Sithole appeared at Balfour Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday.
Commuters from Msogwaba, Newskom and Clau Clau were also left stranded this morning after roads were barricaded with burning tyres and stones.
The Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA), Zweli Mkhize, says plans are underway to address the debt that is owed to Eskom by municipalities.
The situation remains tense today in KaNyamazane.
His neighbours donated money and hired a private vehicle to take him to hospital.