Msunduzi’s number of ‘ghost workers’ down by 63

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Msunduzi Municipality spokesperson, Thobeka Mafumbatha.
Msunduzi Municipality spokesperson, Thobeka Mafumbatha.
Jonathan Burton

The City has confirmed a verification of 63 workers whose salaries were withheld when their colleagues got paid on Wednesday because they had not come forward during the headcount.

The group were among the 121 municipal employees who missed several deadlines to come forward for verification since the headcount started in November.

Last week, administrator Scelo Duma instructed the City management to suspend their salaries until their employment status could be verified.

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