Corruption the focal point in eThekwini

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EFF Student Command members sing as they wait for the party's secretary-general, Marshall Dlamini, to arrive at Curries Fountain Sports Development Centre in Durban. Photo: Tebogo Letsie/City Press
EFF Student Command members sing as they wait for the party's secretary-general, Marshall Dlamini, to arrive at Curries Fountain Sports Development Centre in Durban. Photo: Tebogo Letsie/City Press

ELECTIONS

Unlike other metros that the ANC either lost to the opposition or still retains by virtue of a coalition agreement with other parties, eThekwini is still under its control – at least until November 1.

The ANC currently holds 126 seats out of a total of 219 in the metropolitan council, but the opposition aims to unseat it.

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