Tuesday, February 21, 2006

MECs could lose jobs for "failure to produce results"

THREE Eastern Cape MECs are expected to be in the firing line ahead of a provincial Cabinet reshuffle likely to take place after the March 1 elections.

The corridors of power in Bhisho were alive yesterday with speculation that Finance MEC Billy Nel, Health MEC Bevan Goqwana and Housing and Local Government MEC Sam Kwelita were facing the chop.

It would be imprtant to note that the housing MEC follows in the previous Housing MEC Mamasa who is facing charges of fruad and corruption, with lack of delivery. Dispatch

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