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ANC Secretary Accused Of Stealing Millions Again


ANC Secretary Accused Of Theft Of Millions Once More

The South African populace has been reflecting and reassuring itself as to why the amount of corruption in the nation is at an all-time high. This is because every ANC member is demonstrating to the people that engaging in corruption is what they were chosen to do. One of the things that the people of South Africa have been yearning for is better service delivery, but the leaders of the people have proved that they don't care about the needs of the people who voted for them.

The regional secretary of the African National Congress has most recently been charged with stealing millions once more. This is in response to some unexpected information that Thembalethu Ntutu Teris has been connected to the missing R24 million for the electrification tender that the regional secretary of the Mquma Municipal government discovered. He is also involved in giving his co-owned business partners illegal contracts after they were also given a R10 million contract by the Mquma local municipal authority.

Thembalethu and 19 other people are anticipated to be fired from their jobs immediately and will be appearing in court in the upcoming days. As the leaders are failing to prioritize South Africans when providing services, it is now demonstrating the effects of having the ANC in power.

If they don't recommend leaders and administration that will suit the demands of the country by the time of the national election in 2024, the ANC will no longer be in power. Every municipal government controlled by the ANC is corrupt and willing to put its own interests ahead of the needs of the nation.

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