City wants to speed up disciplinary cases

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The Pietermaritzburg City Hall.
The Pietermaritzburg City Hall.

The Msunduzi Municipality wants to improve its turnaround time for concluding disciplinary matters with its employees.

Corporate services head Mosa Molapo said they want to ensure that disciplinary hearings start within 90 days.

Molapo said while any delays in disciplinary cases were a financial setback for the City, it was an “emotional cost to the employee”.

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