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 Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs MEC Mmoloki Cwaile is determined to remove all hindrances to service delivery as the province fights to rescue municipalities from collapse
Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs MEC Mmoloki Cwaile is determined to remove all hindrances to service delivery as the province fights to rescue municipalities from collapse

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Cwaile said he was making a “concerted, coordinated effort to fight corruption and mitigate non-compliance with legislation within municipalities”.

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