Mabuza explains why failing municipalities 'cannot continuously be blamed on apartheid'

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Deputy President David Mabuza.
Deputy President David Mabuza.
Jan Gerber, News24

Deputy President David Mabuza says the government cannot continuously blame apartheid and its spatial planning policies for the failures of municipalities.

Mabuza says consumers, who are not paying for water and electricity, have added to the massive financial problems faced by water boards as well as power utility Eskom.

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