Friday, April 14, 2006

Front page slippery slope

In the latest multi-million rand tender scandal, former Cape Town city manager Wallace Mgoqi may have to explain why a R5-million contract, which was extended by R3-million and eventually totalled more than R12-million, was approved in a closed tender process and a series of allocations by-passing the tender process. Read More

Axed Cape Town city manager Wallace Mgoqi approved payments totalling R4,3-million to a consultant working on the controversial Jewellery City project between the March 1 municipal elections and March 15, when a new mayor took office. Read More

& the Piss de Bwa HAR Har har Now we are surley FUCKING JOKeING!

Call for province to take over Cape Town

In the latest attack on the multiparty city of Cape Town government, both the African National Congress and the Independent Democrats on Wednesday called on local government and housing MEC Richard Dyantyi to place the city under provincial administration, while their councillors boycott portfolio committee meetings.

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