North West ANC determined to remove administrators sent by national government

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The ANC has reportedly reprimanded its own members of the provincial legislature for attacking their own. Picture: Thulani Mbele, Gallo Images, Sowetan, File
The ANC has reportedly reprimanded its own members of the provincial legislature for attacking their own. Picture: Thulani Mbele, Gallo Images, Sowetan, File

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The ANC has reportedly reprimanded its own provincial legislature members for attacking their own, after a committee they serve in wrote a 20-page strongly worded letter with 43 questions to the Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma-led inter-ministerial task team on the North West intervention.

The committee alleged in the letter that Section 100 administrators who were at the helm of half of the provincial administration were looting, enjoying services of bodyguards, around-the-clock police protection at their hotel in Mahikeng, and being chauffeured around at taxpayers’ expense.

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