Questions over new appointment at KZN’s uThukela Municipality

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IFP chief whip in KZN  Blessed Gwala.
IFP chief whip in KZN Blessed Gwala.
Siyabonga Simelane

The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal has questioned the appointment of a manager in the office of the administrator in uThukela District Municipality, in Ladysmith.

This comes after Mthokozisi “Qithi” Khumalo, an ANC member, was recently appointed as a manager in the office of the administrator at the municipality, Mzubanzi Silinga.

The district was placed under administration in 2018 by then Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube due to its financial position.

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