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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. 

It got reaction over the office, which is intended to have soccer and rugby match-ups, with many scrutinizing the sticker price connected to it. 

In an assertion, the Eastern Cape EFF council said the games field was a fundamental office without anything to legitimize the large numbers of rand spent on its development. 

"There are glaring indications of tax evasion and debasement in the whole undertaking, and we have shared the criminal equity framework with research and uncover reality," the party affirmed. 

The EFF brought up that the district has been in monetary emergency, saying the examiner general had recently raised alert with regards to the ridiculing of the Public Finance Management Act and the breakdown of inside monetary controls in the region. 

While trying to put any misinformation to rest, the region said it lamented the manner in which the games field was at first uncovered via online media in light of the fact that "insignificant subtleties" were given. 

It said development work on the games office started in March 2020 after an ecological effect evaluation endorsed by the division of monetary turn of events, natural undertakings and the travel industry, which approved the task. 

"Further examinations were likewise directed to decide the appropriateness of the site to be formed into a games field with related designs, which incorporate study, geotechnical and geohydrological tests."

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EFF Eastern Cape Enoch Mgijima Komani Lesseyton


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