Warren Patterson Planning, American company Atlas Towers and Mayco member Brett Herron are the usual suspects behind the Glencairn mast application which seeks to exclude broader community input and involvement. Cell mast concerns at Phoenix Lodge
The case concerning the eye-sore erected in the church grounds is going to court. This is not the tower of Babel but a cell-phone tower on the premises of a church in Eerste River that is causing a big stir
THERE’S a look of pride on Errol Jacobs’ face as he stops his bakkie outside the neat grounds of a church in Eldorado Park. With some satisfaction, he describes how last week neighbours of the church, which is tucked on
Brantwood residents threatened to boycott a supermarket when they heard a cell tower was planned for the site but the owner of the business (Mr Hussain) is a tenant with no say over what his landlord does on the property.
Residents in Johannesburg neighbourhoods are fighting against the erection of cellphone towers and “4G street poles” which were installed without their approval. A recent Carte Blanche expose showed unhappy residents in Craighall Park fighting the installation of a 30m cellphone
“Pastor Charles White is in the business of saving souls, not irradiating them. And a cellphone mast atop his new steeple is not the kind of hotline to heaven he aspires to at the Eternal Flame Church in Heathfield, Cape