Getting the ANC’s Provincial Leaders to address the cadres’ stupidity
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Oudtshoorn. 10 July 2012. 14h15. I wrote the ANC Leader of the Opposition in the Wetern Cape Parliament, Lynne Brown, earlier today to get her to come fix the idiotic cockups of the local ANC mamparas.
Dear Ms Brown
I submit to you as I am refused an explanation, by choice, inability, bloody-mindedness, or otherwise, by local and regional ANC functionaries.
On June 1 the Western Cape High Court ruled Thandekile Mnyima unfit to be Oudtshoorn’s Municipal Manager, declaring the appointment null and void.
Oudtshoorn’s ANC Executive Mayor, Gordon April, ordered an appeal on the strength of his delegated powers.
Even though twelve of Oudtshoorn’s 25 Councillors (48%) submitted a written request that Council reviews the decision, the ANC Government has to date refused, with resolute determination, to call a Council Meeting.
I remind you of s.59(3)(a) of the MUNICIPAL SYSTEMS ACT 32 OF 2000: “The municipal council – in accordance with procedures in its rules and orders, may, or at the request in writing of at least one quarter of the councillors, must, review any decision taken by such a political structure, political office bearer, councillor or staff member in consequence of a delegation or instruction, and either confirm, vary or revoke the decision subject to any rights that may have accrued to a person…”
Kindly muster whomever should be mustered to address this outrage.
Will Brown act!?
Jesse Duarte reprimanded the local moegoes recently.
Anton Bredell won’t act, to be sure. So let’s see if Brown will.
Of Course, Badih Chaaban, Leader of the NPP, can easily instruct his Oudtshoorn member, Speaker Johannes Stoffels, to convene a Council Meeting to review April’s decision to appeal.
The question begs whether Chaaban serves the law, or his ANC masters!
Does Chaaban really subscribe to “clean government”, or does he support the ANC at all cost!?
Only action will tell. Or the lack thereof.