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ANC Demolished Nelson Mandela Bay, Says Newly Elected Mayor

Under the past ANC-drove government, the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro just met 32% of its key presentation territories - the most noticeably awful exhibition throughout the entire existence of the region. 

This as per the metro's recently chosen city hall leader, Nqaba Bhanga

He was talking at a public interview in Port Elizabeth on Friday. 

Bhanga said during the ANC's residency, in excess of 6 000 water spills had been left unattended, 15 000 potholes have littered the roads, lights for streetlamps were not bought, water and power blackouts happened every day and the city was left in a tarnished state. 

He added this was contained in a mid-term execution report, which was set to be postponed in the committee soon. 

Bhanga, who was chosen city hall leader on Thursday at an uncommon board meeting requested by the Port Elizabeth High Court, said the most precise impression of the condition of the metro in the course of the most recent a half year was contained in the report. 

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"This report gives an outline of the region's exhibition by assessing explicit key execution markers for the initial a half year of the monetary year. 

"We are occupied with assembling an arrangement to address the critical excesses and guarantee that there is quickened administration conveyance no matter how you look at it by all directorates. 

"The previous political race was a reaffirmation that the Coalition of Good Governance has been legitimately selected. This has made room for us to zero in on our inhabitants and gain ground in Nelson Mandela Bay," he added. 

"There is no uncertainty that the organization we acquired a year ago has been separated, gotten useless and was in a condition of loss of motion." 

Bhanga said before the DA took over in December, the region had no under 10 acting civil chiefs in a little more than two years. 

His political race on 4 December as city hall leader was tested by Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Xolile Nqatha however the two privately addressed any remaining issues and consented to a re-appointment.


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ANC Bhanga Nelson Mandela Bay Nqaba Bhanga. Port Elizabeth


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