uMngeni Municipality's inaugural council meeting to be held on Monday

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The Democratic Alliance’s uMngeni Municipality mayor Chris Pappas (centre) flanked by DA KZN provincial chairperson Dean Macpherson (left) and DA shadow minister of health, Siviwe Gwarube.
The Democratic Alliance’s uMngeni Municipality mayor Chris Pappas (centre) flanked by DA KZN provincial chairperson Dean Macpherson (left) and DA shadow minister of health, Siviwe Gwarube.
Clive Ndou

The inaugural council meeting in uMngeni Municipality will take place on Monday.

Acting municipal manager Sandile Buthelezi has finally called the meeting after the Pietermaritzburg High Court ruled that he must exercise the powers of a municipal manager.

The DA turned to the court after the meeting collapsed on Friday last week when suspended municipal manager Thembeka Cibane wanted to preside over the meeting.

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