Geoff Makhubo: City of Joburg finances in shambles
JOHANNESBURG – Johannesburg mayor Geoff Makhubo says the City’s finances are in shambles.
The mayor has put the blame for the situation on his predecessor Herman Mashaba, saying he has left a mess for him to clean up.
Makhubo says fixing the financial crisis will be a top priority.
He has announced is MMC's.
The mayor says he has a tough task ahead of him when it comes to the City’s finances.
The newly elected mayor says he will work with new finance MMC Jodilee Motongo to come up with a plan.
Makhubo says Herman Mashaba’s administration is to blame for the billions it’s owed in uncollected revenue.
The mayor says he plans to announce ways to address this soon.
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