ANC Will No Longer Pardon Maladministration, Axed 4 Of Its KZN MECs


ANC cares! Like our beloved leader told his audience at the ANC’s election rally in Mpumalanga, the party “is ready, able and determined to improve the performance of local government” for the people. Matching words with action, the party in KwaZulu-Natal recalled 4 MECs today.

Super Zuma, the provincial secretary announced at a press briefing in Durban that 4 ANC MECs in the province have been recalled.

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Among them: Ntombikayise Sibhidla-Saphetha the Sport, Arts and Culture MEC, Agriculture and Rural Development MEC Cyril Xaba, Economic Development MEC Mike Mabuyakhulu and Education MEC Peggy Nkonyeni.

As divulged, Mthandeni Dlungwane is the new education MEC and Sihle Zikalala, the new Economic Development MEC.

Bongi Sithole-Moloi is now heading the Sport, Arts and Culture department while Mthandeni Dlungwane is the new Education MEC.

Meanwhile, the transport portfolio has been vacant and will now be managed by Thomas Mxolisi Kaunda.

KwaZulu-Natal ANC stated that “change in leadership is necessary in the following departments, (and that) the premier has been mandated to come up with a determination on how to improve these departments.

We need to make sure that government remains stable and that it gives an opportunity to other leaders to lead,” KZN ANC related.

Willies Mchunu the present KZN Premier, replaced Senzo Mchunu who was axed last month after it was alleged that he bloated the staff at the office of the premier from 300 to 500, and was interfering with Social Development MEC Weziwe Thusi’s job.

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In all, Mr President wasn’t talking trash when he told the ANC crowd at Mbombela Stadium that the ANC is ready, able and determined to serve the people better in the next five years, and make South Africa a better place for all.

ANC is working hard to rejuvenate itself, the axing of the 4 MECs points to that right? Still, many will continue to disregard the ruling party until the honorable man with 783 charges of corruption is axed as well.

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