28.1.2020 08:51 am
The ANC’s proposal to reduce the power of the courts has been described as a ‘risky’ and ‘dangerous’ move.
Organised business bodies including Business Unity South Africa (Busa), the Banking Association SA and the South African Property Owners Association (Sapoa) on Monday voiced concern around a new proposal by the ANC that the courts be cut out as the final arbiter on expropriated land and more power be given to ‘the executive’, effectively the state.
‘We’re poor families who have unemployed graduates while we deserve to be recognised and catered for the same way as the children of other struggle stalwarts.’
Mkhwebane had earlier written to Modise to complain there were no rules for the process to remove her and threatened court action.
The ruling party plans to sidestep the courts blocking zero compensation, but the decision will certainly be challenged in the Constitutional Court, analysts say.
City spokesperson Omogolo Taunyane said Acting Mayor Abel Tau had visited the project in Atteridgeville Extension 19.
‘The main causes of fatal crashes over this period were pedestrians, single vehicles overturning, hit-and-runs and head-on collisions,’ Mabalula said.
The party based this on two separate site visits to inspect the progress of construction work at Breda Farm School outside Fouriesburg.
The local government funding model is not working, the minister of cooperative governance says.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has lambasted government transport entities, saying lawlessness will not be tolerated.
A water leak outside his house has not been fixed since 2018, however.
Your investigations are not meant to gather dust in offices of high-ranking officials, the justice minister said.
An intervention team comprising various specialists reported for duty this week for a period of 12 months.
A special joint ministerial and MEC team has agreed to escalate the war against water wastage.
Municipalities with high rates of water wastage will also be identified and youths will be trained and deployed to affected areas.
Because the special council meeting collapsed, the agenda was to be heard along with the ordinary council meeting set for Thursday.