The Enoch Mgijima Municipality has been at the center of attention after they publicly embarrassed themselves by opening a R15 million stadium that looked nothing like R15 million. The stadium came as shock to many people and we were even embarrassed as the country, on their behalf. For the fact that they took a decision to open that stadium, said a lot about them.
We know that the EFF did not waist any time as they went ahead and opened a criminal case against the Municipality. There is no way that R15 million can be equated to that statidum that did not even survive 2 days after it was opened.
One of the Enoch Mgijima Municipal officer was asked about the latest developments regarding the Athi Geleba stadium and what she said was really shocking. She said that " A lot of work has been done underneath" which is why people can not see the effect of R15 million.
South Africa is in much deeper corruption that we have thought. What kind of a person gives such a lame reason as to what happened to the R15 million. South Africa need change.
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