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Oudtshoorn. 7 August 2012. 12h30. It is imperative that Oudtshoorn’s administration be rebooted with the installation of the Council appointed Municipal Manager, Allen Paulse, because the entire administration is at present in limbo.
How can the administration be rebooted?
There are only three possibilities:
1. The Council must replace the Mayor, Gordon April, and elect a new Mayor that will give effect to the Council Resolution to appoint Paulse;
2. A Councillor, or Councillors, must obtain a High Court Interdict compelling April to give effect to the Council Resolution;
3. The Western Cape Minister of Local Government must intervene and appoint an administrator to give effect to the Council Resolution.
In the absence of action – and nobody is doing anything; everybody is waiting – nothing will happen; nothing will change.
This alarming situation is fully exposed and alalysed in today’s first edition of urbi.
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