Municipal bosses in KZN facing the axe

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Mngeni mayor Chris Pappas and deputy mayor Sandile Mnikathi, stands next to suspended municpal manager Thembeka Cibane.
Mngeni mayor Chris Pappas and deputy mayor Sandile Mnikathi, stands next to suspended municpal manager Thembeka Cibane.
Siyamtanda Capa

The newly-elected ANC leadership in the Moses Mabhida region is piling the pressure on ANC mayors in the uMgungundlovu District to offload under performing municipal managers (MMs).

Despite corruption, maladministration and incompetence accusations having been levelled against some of the district’s eight MMs, they are still in their top positions.

However, the new regional leadership, which was elected in December, wants heads to roll.

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