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Here Is Why The ANC Is Furious At The Drakenstein Municipality

Leibbrandt was designated as civil supervisor on a five-year fixed term agreement of business starting on March 1, 2017. His agreement finished on December 1, 2021, the main schedule day of the month following his 65th birthday celebration.

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Last year in the approach the neighborhood government races, the city hall leader kept in touch with Dlamini Zuma, mentioning that the agreement might be stretched out by 90 days to February 28, 2022, to empower Leibbrandt to serve an entire five-year legal term of business.

Dlamini Zuma consented to the expansion yet let Poole know that once the five-year time span had slipped by, the post would become empty, and the region would need to leave on a broadly cutthroat cycle to fill the post.

In November last year, Poole again wrote to demand a further three-month expansion and waiver to May 31, 2022, yet Dlamini Zuma dismissed the solicitation.

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Head of the resistance ANC in the gathering, Moutie Richards, expressed that notwithstanding this dismissal by the pastor, the Mayco felt free to select Leibbrandt for an additional five-year term, saying that he had scant abilities.

Richards said: "They are battling this thing and they believe that the priest should revoke the choice. The city chairman never counseled us and he never called us in, aside from one time, which was only fundamentally to let us know that they'd previously gone with the choice."

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Gone after remark, chairman Poole said that when Leibbrandt's initial five-year term as city supervisor reached a conclusion, the position was promoted broadly.

He said the district got 18 applications from the public advert and just five up-and-comers qualified, among them Leibbrandt, who reapplied.

"The board and master enlistment experts concurred that he was the most ideal contender to get everything taken care of and the arrangement was consistently endorsed by the Drakenstein Municipal Council on November 30, 2021 for a further five-year term."

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