Maile announces 10 administrators to take over troubled Tshwane council
Gauteng Cooperative Governance MEC Lebogang Maile said the team consists of five men and five women who will be in the metro for 90 days to ensure services in the capital are fast-tracked.
JOHANNESBURG – Gauteng Cooperative Governance MEC Lebogang Maile has on Monday announced 10 administrators have been appointed by the Gauteng government to take over the affairs of the Tshwane council.
Maile said the team consisted of five men and five women who would be in the metro for 90 days to ensure services in the capital are fast-tracked.
Tshwane was officially placed under administration after the decision was endorsed by the National Council of Provinces and Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.
The MEC has outlined the work that will be done conducted by the administrators.
“In the 90 days, we will deal with specific issues related to service delivery. I know that there are certain issues like the flood victims in Mamelodi – we will be fast-tracking that issue – [and] the water issue in Hammanskraal.”