ANC veteran, Andile Lungisa was left in shock and in state of denial after a video went viral on social media which shows a building which allegedly belongs to the Enoch Mgijima municipality in the Eastern Cape which came under fire recently for their R15 million stadium. Enoch Mgijima municipality officials are said to be under investigation from the Hawks following the corruption allegations after they unveiled a mediocre stadium claiming that it cost R15 million.
Local government elections are only a few days away and the ruling party, African National Congress keeps on making huge promises and vowing to be transparent, eradicate corruption in all municipalities they will lead. But talk is cheap, and over the years municipalities led by ANC have been making headlines for being at the helm of multi-million corruption.
There's a post making rounds on the social media streets whereby City Of Tshwane, a metro ran by the ANC, slightly took a veiled dig at the ANC when they unveiled their new sports ground to the public for the first time after revamping began earlier this year.
It is said that the same contractor who worked at the R15 million Enoch Mgijima sports field who also built this R4 million taxi rank in eTsomo, it is clear that individuals in the private sector as well as the government are not afraid of the law, because for it is clear that they continue to make irregular purchases and they continue to award contracts even when they have not finished their work.
Eastern Cape CoGTA MEC Xolile Nqatha stated that a team of investigators has come on Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality to investigate the R15 million Lesseyton sport field. Nqatha said in a statement that the matter has been referred to a legal firm, which would be assisted by Administrator Monwabisi Somana.
Stadium of shame’ councillors top ANC’s candidates’ list for re-election, this comes as a shock to many people especially in the wake of the incident, where the community revealed a R15 million Rand stadium which was basically a field and a lot of people in the country want accountability.
In the past week, social media platforms were flooded with pictures of a sport's field which was described as a stadium costing R15 million paid by the Komani municipality in the Cape provinces. These caused a lot of mixed emotions on the media drawing the attention of the Hawks to investigate of a field with nothing costed R15 million.
There are plenty of causes of fire. It can be naturally caused, but in most cases it is caused by the negligence of people. There consequences of having an outbreak of fire is deaths and vandalizing of property. Many people have sustained fatal injuries and life injuries, due to fire.
Source:https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1447673465927000065?t=ljmgl5W8lVaF-rVmzstJKQ&s=19 ANC veteran, Andile Lungisa was left in shock and in condition of disavowal after a video became famous online via web-based media which shows a structure which purportedly has a place with the Enoch Mgijima district in the Eastern Cape which experienced harsh criticism as of late for their R15 million arena.
The Enoch Mgijima Municipality has been making all sorts of headlines in the past few weeks. This municipality has gained the people's attention after it was revealed that they spent over R22 on constructing an open field of a stadium. However people thought that serious actions were to be taken against the contractor and the Counselors but that doesn't look happening.
ANC Taking The Lead In Municipality That Is Involved In The Corrpution Of The "R15 Million Stadium."
Source: Twitter. With the voting for the local elections closed since last night, the process of counting votes is underway and as expected the African National Congress is taking the lead. What is more surprising about the ANC’s potential victory is the fact that the party is also appearing to be doing well in Enoch Mgijima municipality, bear in mind this is the same municipality that is responsible for the controversial R15 Million worth of sports field that was unveiled last month.
When South Africans were told about the Enoch Mgijima stadium that cost about R15 million to build, many were left surprised and just could not believe it. When you look at the stadium, there is literally nothing that says R15 million. Some of the municipality officials have been questioned about the so called 15 million stadium and all they could say was that there were things that happened that we are not aware of, and that is were most of the money went.
ANC veteran, Andile Lungisa was left in shock and in condition of forswearing after a video became a web sensation via web-based media which shows a structure which supposedly has a place with the Enoch Mgijima region in the Eastern Cape which experienced harsh criticism as of late for their R15 million arena.
Contractor behind R15m Enoch Mgijima stadium scores R41m tender at another broke ANC-run municipality
Thalami Civils, the Pretoria-based construction company behind the controversial R15-million Lesseyton sport field in Enoch Mgijima local municipality in the Eastern Cape, has landed a R41-million water scheme project tender from another bankrupt ANC-run municipality in the province. The cash-strapped Amathole district municipality, which needed intervention to manage its R65-million monthly salary bill of its 1 670 workers, awarded Thalami Civils the contract for the Cafutweni water supply scheme project in Dutywa's Mbashe local municipality in September.
Enoch Mgijima municipality stadium that cost R15 million sparked the controversy on stadiums built in the Eastern Cape municipality. Picture: Supplied ANC set to retain Enoch Mgijima municipality rocked by R15m sports field tender scandal Cape Town is the capital of South Africa. The ANC is expected to retain the Enoch Mgijima municipality, which was embroiled in an R15 million sports field tender controversy just before the local government elections.
The Art Gallery building of Enoch Mgijima Municipality in Komani was burnt down last nite. The cause of fire is not yet known and our fire department will today conduct an investigation. The building was currently unoccupied, while the Municipality was in negotiations with potential occupants in both public and the private sector, there were no files or any assets kept in the building as it was never used for Municipal administration since the amalgamation of Tsolwana, Inkwanca and Lukhanji Municipalities to form Enoch Mgijima Municipality in 2016.
The ANC really never sease to amaze. We are now used to being disappointed and being told lies by politicians who only thinks for their stomach and no one else. The local government elections have really shown us things that we might have not got an opportunity to see.
The Enoch Mgijima Municipality in the Eastern Cape has issued a statement on Tuesday, 12 October 2021 confirming that an art gallery building in the town of Komani erupted in flames last night with videos circulating on social media showing the building in flames. The Municipality also revealed that the cause of the fire is still not yet known and the building was unoccupied nor were any files or assets kept there.
The South African voice-over craftsman and entertainer Themba Robin has made another amusing play, this time focusing on the Enoch Mgijima region's R15 million Lesseyton sports arena in the Eastern Cape. THEMBA ROBIN'S TAKE ON THE R15 MILLION LESSEYTON SPORTS STADIUM You might have seen Themba Robin in a couple of dramas last year during the huge COVID-19 lockdown as a feature of his lockdown series, Lockdown is Lekker.
Fire adds to beleaguered municipality’s problems The disused art gallery of the infamous Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality in Komani, Eastern Cape was burnt down on Monday night. Municipal spokesperson Lonwabo Kowa said in a statement that the cause of the fire was not known and that the fire department would conduct an investigation on Tuesday.