Whistleblower Allegedly Exposes Where ANC Officials Spent R15 Million Meant For A Standard Stadium. It is no more news that the ANC political party has once more rubbed their obvious looting powers in our faces and it seems it's intentional saying there's nothing we can do about it.
The Construction Company Allegedly Contracted By ANC To Build R22 & R4 Million Stadium & Taxi Park. Mzansi is yet to recover from the unbelievable news of how ANC officials allegedly looted R15 million meant for the construction of a standard stadium in Eastern Cape for the youths to develop their sporting skills and talents.
Informant Allegedly Exposes Where ANC Officials Spent R15 Million Meant For A Standard Stadium. Informant Allegedly Exposes Where ANC Officials Spent R15 Million Meant For A Standard Stadium. It is no more news that the ANC ideological group has again focused on their undeniable plundering forces our countenances and it appears to be it's purposeful saying there's no way around it.
Enoch Mgijima, an ANC Municipality in the Eastern Cape, just inaugurated a stadium costing R15 million. ANC officials are seen in their party regalia over a month before the local government election, highlighting the work they have done for the community at the Lesseyton Sports Facility, which is reputedly worth 15 million.
We don't really get much for R15m nowadays, an ANC municipality in the Eastern Cape is under fire for its latest splurge. It's no longer news that the new Lesseyton sports field has been officially opened. The aim of building the stadium is to give sports teams in the area a respectable surface to play on.
The Deputy President of the Economic Freedom Fighters, Floyd Shivambu, is spitting fire there by Twitter. Shivambu is furious following the official launch of Lesseyton Sports Field in an ANC Municipality in the Eastern Cape. On Monday, the Enoch Mgijima Municipality proudly announced the launch of what they call a stadium.
The EFF in the Eastern Cape has opened a case against the ANC run Enoch Mgijima local municipality for alleged corruption, after the unveiling of a sport field that reportedly cost R15 million to construct. The municipality opened the sport field in Lesseyton, northwest of Komani, formally known as Queenstown, just weeks before the local municipality.
The region opened the games field in Lesseyton, northwest of Komani, once known as Queenstown, only weeks before the neighborhood government decisions. It got a reaction over the office, which is intended to have soccer and rugby match-ups, with many scrutinizing the sticker price appended to it.
After the opening of a sport field that purportedly cost R15 million to construct, the EFF in the Eastern Cape has filed a complaint against the ANC-run Enoch Mgijima local council for alleged corruption. Just weeks before the local municipality, the municipality in Lesseyton, northwest of Komani, formally known as Queenstown, established the sport field.
The Lesseyton Sports Facility in the Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality of the Eastern Cape may appear to the uninitiated eye to be little more than an empty field with patchy grass, a few of inexpensive pavilions, some freestanding goal posts, toilets, a couple of Jojo tanks, and a tiny guardhouse.
https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/south-africa/2021-10-07-eff-lays-charges-against-enoch-mgijima-local-municipality-over-multimillion-rand-sports-field/ The EFF in the Eastern Cape has opened a body of evidence against the ANC-run Enoch Mgijima nearby region for supposed defilement, after the revealing of a games field that apparently cost R15m to build. The region opened the games field in Lesseyton, northwest of Komani, once known as Queenstown, only weeks before the nearby government decisions.
The opening of a sports "stadium" in the Eastern Cape, which is said to have cost R15 million, has elicited conflicting emotions online, with many questioning the price tag. The ANC-run Enoch Mgijima local government in Komani, once known as Queenstown, opened the Lesseyton sports field on Monday.
https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/south-africa/2021-10-05-mec-outraged-by-r15m-enoch-mgijima-stadium/ The Eastern Cape branch of agreeable administration and conventional issues (Cogta) on Tuesday said it was offended by the R15m arena which was divulged by the Enoch Mgijima neighborhood district. The Lesseyton sports field close to Komani, previously Queenstown, was divulged by the ANC-run chamber on Monday at a lace cutting service went to by a couple of individuals situated on steel seats.