MORE than two months has gone by and the AbaQulusi council is no closer to electing a mayor.
With staff overtime claims exceeding R1.5mill a month, AbaQulusi council has finally put its foot down and said, “No more overtime.”
A dentist made R111K in profit from AbaQulusi municipality after having received a tip-off from his girlfriend in the supply chain department.
The contractor has worked speedily without any hiccups.
The municipality responded swiftly to the report of eight water meters being simultaneously destroyed by a water delivery vehicle.
First they marched against Pep and then Pick n Pay. Why are politicians concerning themselves with labour issues meant for the unions and CCMA? What message does this send to future investors of the town?
The IFP seems to have since changed its mind about the decision and there are currently rumours that the recently elected deputy mayor, Cllr Jerry Sibiya, may now be put in the mayoral position.
Approaching west, along Utrecht Street, as well as north from Edward Street, motorists must now stop before proceeding when reaching the corner.
“Due to effective teamwork between those who responded, the fire was put out quite quickly.” – Chris Marais
These residents could teach anyone a thing or two about the truth behind ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’.
Read the short bio we have prepared on each candidate, then participate in our Facebook poll and tell us who you would like to see as AbaQulusi’s next mayor.