26.8.2019 07:27 am
It will also deliberate on the 2017/18 Audit Outcomes report released by the Auditor-General in June.
The ANC in Gauteng is holding a summit on Monday to discuss what it describes as "the deteriorating state of local government".
In some instances, the municipality did not know who was paid via transactions.
Xalisa said his performance evaluation was eventually done after he had been paid the performance bonus and there was no need to pay back the money.
He noted that some of the matters between Ramaphosa and Mkhwebane were before court.
The investments were done outside the mandatory directives of Treasury and government’s existing policy prescripts, Maile’s spokesperson Castro Ngobese said.
The minister says the paper will be discussed in the context of public finances and the country’s economy.
The affected municipalities include the embattled Mooi-Mpofana municipality, which owes Eskom millions of rands, and the eThekwini metro.
Mayor Bobani promises electrification of informal settlements and removal of all illegal connections.
Cope’s Dennis Bloem warned against pursuing clarity on only Ramaphosa’s campaign donations while others were ignored.
The process is expected to yield about 6,500 units of affordable quality houses with rentals starting from R900 per month in the inner city.
The agreement has the potential to bolster the efforts of the SIU to recover funds lost to the state from corruption or irregular spending.
There were many ‘tseks!’ among the politer responses to the proposal, while others quipped that they may as well also pack bail money in the cooler box.
Mayoral spokesperson Omogolo Taunyane lambasted the party, saying the ANC ‘resorted to every trick in the book’.
The request for a special meeting was denied because the council is in recess until 20 September, according to the Speaker.
Khoza called on the public to protect social workers and all department employees, saying they worked hard to protect the vulnerable in society.