ANC grills uMngeni officials over protest

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Protesters block the uMngeni Municipality's offices in Howick.
Protesters block the uMngeni Municipality's offices in Howick.
Moeketsi Mamane

The ANC provincial leadership on Monday summoned the party’s uMngeni Municipality councillors to a grilling at the provincial headquarters amid the chaos resulting from ANC protesters shutting down the council’s offices.

The protesters, mainly made up of local ANC members accusing the council’s top brass of corruption and nepotism, have since last Monday been blocking roads and preventing the public from entering the council’s offices in Howick.

ANC Moses Mabhida regional task team co-ordinator Mandla Zondi confirmed that ANC uMngeni Municipality councillors appeared before the ANC provincial leadership in Durban.

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