Elections 2021: uMngeni gears up for change under DA

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DA Mayoral Candidate Christopher Pappas celebrates with DA supporters at Howick Falls after winning 2021 municipal elections.
DA Mayoral Candidate Christopher Pappas celebrates with DA supporters at Howick Falls after winning 2021 municipal elections.
Moeketsi Mamane

The uMngeni Municipality mayor-elect, Christopher Pappas has assured residents of the changes he promised during election campaigns.

The party celebrated their victory on Wednesday with scores of happy supporters in blue T-shirts. The DA bagged the hotly contested municipality with 47% of the votes, gaining 13 seats in council.

uMngeni is the first municipality to be led by the DA in KwaZulu-Natal.

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