Dube-Ncube welcomes Msunduzi’s ‘bold anti-corruption’ initiative

2014-07-03 00:00

KWAZULU-NATAL’S MEC for Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Nomusa Dube-Ncube has welcomed Msunduzi Municipality’s “bold anti-corruption” decision to launch a fraud and corruption hotline for people to call.

The move was announced by Msunduzi mayor Chris Ndlela in his State of the City Address.

Dube-Ncube said it showed the municipality’s commitment to root out fraud and corruption, which was a key factor that hindered service delivery, and she called on residents to support the initiative and use the hotline when it is launched.

She said the department also welcomed the fact that Msunduzi has set aside R250 million for infrastructure maintenance.

Pietermaritzburg is an important place in the province because it hosts many world class events that attract thousands of tourists, she said.

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