eThekwini only has 13 days’ cash on hand

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eThekwini City Hall.
eThekwini City Hall.

Members of eThekwini’s Municipal Public Accounts Committee (Mpac) were shocked to hear that the metro has only 13 days’ cash on hand.

The revelations were made at Thursday’s Mpac meeting, chaired by ActionSA’s Makhosi Khoza.

DA committee member Andre Beetge said the level at which eThekwini was losing revenue was “scary”.

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