This is Mpukane Community Hall in Ngqamakhwe, it was built for R35m by Thalami Civils under Mnquma. South Africans are tired of this corrupt government and want power to change hands, the only problem is the fact that they do not know which party to vote for.
According to current statistics, the ruling party is doing fairly well in the Eastern Cape in comparison to other provinces. For many years the province has proved to be one of the strongholds of the ANC despite the countless challenges the province is experiencing. All these challenges can be traced back to poor governance or lack of service delivery which is the responsibility of the ruling party.
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.
The company that is alleged to be behind the controversial R15-million stadium is at it again. This comes after it reportedly landed an R41-million water project tender from another municipality in the same province. Thalami Civils made headlines a couple of weeks back when it emerged that it was behind the controversial R15-million stadium in the Eastern Cape´s Mgijima municipality.
This is Mpukane Community Hall in Ngqamakhwe, it was worked for R35m by Thalami Civils under Mnquma. South Africans are burnt out on this bad government and need ability to change hands, the main issue is the way that they don't realize which party to decide in favor of.