Independent National Assembly candidate for Norton constituency Temba Mliswa has promised residents that the dormitory town will not be same again if he gets elected.
With just a fortnight left before the election, candidates are upping their game in trying to woo voters by outlining their policies to the electorate.
Mr Mliswa said he alone, in only less than two years has accomplished what the entire council could have done in the last five years and residents should give him another mandate in order to do more.
Independent councillors from across the political divide were given the opportunity by Mliswa to also present themselves to the electorate.
Mr Mliswa decried corruption as a threat to economic development and vowed to continue to advancing the will of the people if the electorate grants him a chance to seat in parliament.