Mtubatuba manager may work

2012-03-22 00:00

CO-OPERATIVE Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Nomusa Dube has withdrawn her high court application to set aside the recent appointment of Siyabonga Robson Ntuli as municipal manager for the Mtubatuba Municipality.

The high court granted an urgent interim interdict on March 2 preventing Ntuli from performing his official functions as municipal manager pending the outcome of the case.

This interdict has since been discharged.

No reasons were given by the MEC for withdrawing the case.

It was alleged at the time in court papers that Ntuli did not have the correct qualifications for the post. His degrees were a bachelor of science degree in physics and electronics and a masters degree in recreation and tourism. — WR.

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