eThekwini ‘has no plans to recoup Ingonyama Trust Board’s R194 million debt’

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IFP chairperson Blessed Gwala.
IFP chairperson Blessed Gwala.
Siyabonga Simelane

Opposition party members said there is no plan by eThekwini Municipality to recoup the R194 million it is owed by the Ingonyama Trust Board (ITB).

According to the recently passed 2021/2022 budget, ITB is one of the city’s biggest debtors, with R194 million owed in rates and services.

Unlike with other debtors, there is no plan on how the city plans to recoup the money from ITB or institute any consequences.

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