President Cyril Ramaphosa says the legal survey process embraced by Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane to save the dooming report by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane ought to be permitted to follow through to its logical end on the grounds that the law permits him to do as such. Ramaphosa offered the remark when he was reacting to inquiries from the media during his political race in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro.
A member of the South African Parliament and his wife have reportedly tested positive for Covid-19. Eastern Cape Finance MEC, Mlungisi Mvoko and his wife Balise Mvoko have both tested positive for the coronavirus. They are now in self isolation after showing flu like symptomps. The news were announced by Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane's office in a statement on Friday evening. The results came after the couple decided to test for the virus after they had flu symptoms, according to Mabuyane's spokespers
At least ten staff in the Eastern Cape have been identified for alegedly doing business with the state. Eastern Cape Finance MEC, Mlungisi Mvoko revealed that, the individuals were involved in COVID-19 associated business interaction with the provincial government. These individuals are employees at the provincial and local government. The officials in question are said to be in huge problem after receiving letters from the head of the Provincial Treasury, Daluhlanga Majeke, directing their bosses to take action
https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/cyril-ramaphosa-says-oscar-mabuyane-within-his-right-to-review-mkhwebanes-report-45b942c3-dffc-4e3b-b46e-1464440f2b5e?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1634981618 Cape Town - President Cyril Ramaphosa says the legal survey process embraced by Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane to save the accursing report by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane ought to be permitted to follow all the way through in light of the fact that the law permits him to do as such.
26 years of democracy, voters in Qunu are still subjected to such cruelty of people sitting at the highest offices. May 24 2013, the department of health advertised the R300m upgrade of the hospital, today, this is how the hospital looks like, there is no sign that one cent of R300m was ever spent on this rundown hell. Is this what South Africans voted for? Sad to say, bug these days are the pictures of Sulenkama Hospital in Qumbu, Eastern Cape. The leadership of that province has been politely made aware o
Eastern Cape fund MEC Mlungisi Mvoko and his better half Balise have tried positive for the coronavirus, the commonplace government declared on Friday. "Them two chose to test for the infection after they had influenza side effects. They are currently in seclusion," said the workplace of head Oscar Mabuyane in an announcement. He wished them a fast recuperation. "Head Mabuyane has taken a choice to permit MEC Mvoko time to concentrate on his recuperation and that of his better half. In such manner, Pr
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Source: https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/cyril-ramaphosa-says-oscar-mabuyane-within-his-right-to-review-mkhwebanes-report-45b942c3-dffc-4e3b-b46e-1464440f2b5e President Cyril Ramaphosa says the legitimate review process embraced by Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane to save the damning report by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane should be allowed to finish to its coherent end in light of the fact that the law grants him to do thusly.
Eastern Cape Finance MEC, Mlungisi Mvoko and his wife Balise have tested positive for the coronavirus. They are now in self isolation after showing flu like symptoms. While he recovers, his duties have been allocated to Rural Development MEC Nomakhosazana Meth and Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC, Xolile Nqatha. The ANC in the province has wished the Mvokos a speedy recovery. ANC Provincial secretary, Lulama Ngcukaithobi said "the African national congress has been informed by comrade Mv
Ten government employees in the Eastern Cape have been red flagged by the provincial Treasury for doing business with the state. Eastern Cape Finance MEC Mlungisi Mvoko raised concern after the public servants, from provincial and local government, were found to have engaged in Covid-19-related business dealings with the provincial government. The officials are now in hot water after Provincial Treasury head Daluhlanga Majeke served them with injunction letters and instructed their bosses to launch immediate