The corruption taking place in the Eastern Cape hasgot South Africans fuming.From the R14 Million sports field, more skeleton were exposed by residents.Apparently there's another building that has cost a whooping R35 Million but residents are not convinced at all.The corruption that has been going on in the Eastern Cape was on steriods and people were not noticing a things.
This has got people fuming as more buildings that have costed millions are revealed yet do not look worthy the millions claimed.It was the R14 Million sports field and the R4 Million taxi rank, now it is the community hall.South Africans are not pleased with what the rulling party is doing to people and not delivering what is expected.
It is very sad how the service delivery in the Eastern Cape got so poor and million getting misused or even stolen.
By looking at the hall, do you think this building cost R35 Million? Share views below!!!
Source: Mzansi Times
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