Msimanga recommends suspension of Tshwane city manager
Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga says he will recommend to council that city manager Moeketsi Mosola and senior officials be suspended.
Mosola has been accused of flouting regulations when awarding the R12 billion contract to engineering consultancy GladAfrica.
The African National Congress (ANC) in Tshwane previously called for Mosola's removal. Regional chairperson Dr Kgosi Maepa shared his reaction on the Karima Brown Show on Tuesday.
This is a result of an ANC expose, so it is the ANC that brought this scandal forward. The city manager will be suspended tomorrow.Kgosi Maepa, ANC Tshwane regional chairperson
The ANC is the one that put pressure. At least the ANC is vindicated.Kgosi Maepa, ANC Tshwane regional chairperson
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