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Citizen organisations have called on the government to accept and act on this week’s judgment ordering that Makana’s Council be dissolved and the municipality be put under administration.
This comes as the Eastern Cape government on Thursday confirmed it would consider appealing Judge Igna Stretch’s landmark ruling in the high court in Makhanda on Tuesday, Grocott’s Mail reported.
In the first judgment of its kind in South Africa, the Eastern Cape’s Provincial Executive has been ordered to dissolve Makana Municipality and appoint an administrator until a new council is elected. The mayor and municipal manager, in their personal capacities, face a punitive cost order, along with various national and provincial government entities.
In a statement to Grocott’s Mail’s on Thursday, Premier Oscar Mabuyane said the application of the judgment would be suspended until the provincial government had decided how to respond to it.
“The judgment has far reaching implications and the Eastern Cape Provincial government is considering appealing the judgment,” Mabuyane said. “Therefore, the application of the judgment, or its effect, will be suspended until such time as a final decision is taken in this regard.”
Hours after Tuesday’s judgment was released, ANC regional chairperson Scara Njadayi told Grocott’s Mail that, in Wednesday’s provincial executive meeting, they would encourage the province and the municipality to appeal the judgment.
Mayor Mzukisi Mpahlwa today told Grocott’s Mail that the council’s mayoral committee, along with senior managers, would meet on Friday to discuss their response. A recommendation to council would follow.
“Council has not yet met and only council can make a decision about our response,” Mpahlwa told Grocott’s Mail. He said a recommendation to councillors would come out of the meeting. Council’s first scheduled meeting is on January 30, but the mayor said it was likely that a special council meeting would be convened earlier.
Meanwhile, the winning applicants – the Unemployed People’s Movement (UPM) and the Grahamstown Residents Association (GRA) – have called on the government to accept the ruling.
The UPM’s Ayanda Kota said in response to Thursday’s news: “It [would be] an indictment on the part of the government to oppose the will of the people. It would indeed be a dark moment for our city and our country.”
Minutes after the judgment was released, an elated Kota had told Grocott’s Mail: “People were united across the spectrum against the political elite of the city… it’s democracy… we hope they will accept that it’s part of the democratic process… they must take their things and go home.”
The GRA likewise called on the government to accept the ruling. In a statement issued last night, GRA chairperson Philip Machanick said: “I see reports that ANC structures are calling for the judgment to be appealed because of the precedent it sets. I propose a different precedent for the government: start governing. That is all we ask.
“Civil society has refused to accept this as normal; the extremely diverse constituencies who have stood up for positive change attest to that. We are not the opposition: we are the people government is meant to serve. The GRA calls on government to accept this judgment as a wake-up call and stop resisting the inevitable – a comprehensive intervention to turn things around.”
The Judge’s two-page order said Makana had failed to provide services to the community in a sustainable manner, promote a safe and healthy environment, structure and manage its administration, budgeting and planning processes, prioritise the community’s needs and promote its social and economic development.
To read more on the details of the judgment, READ: UPM celebrates Makana judgment
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Tshwane speaker must run council smoothly or face expulsion – Maile
Gauteng Cogta MEC Lebogang Maile has issued a stern warning to Tshwane Speaker Katlego Mathebe, threatening to expel her should the special council meeting plunge into chaos.
The Tshwane council is expected to vote on motions against the DA-led administration on Thursday after the ANC and EFF petitioned for the removal of the speaker, mayor and MMCs.
This is the third time in two months the City will debate the motions. The first motion, which saw the removal of DA mayor Stevens Mokgalapa, was suspended by the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria after the DA challenged its validity.
Cape Town – Warren Whiteley has been confirmed as the Lions’ lineout coach for the 2020 Super Rugby season.
The Johannesburg franchise on Thursday confirmed a large management team for the 2020 season, with the former Springbok captain taking a step back from the playing field.
It was reported late last year that Whiteley would not play in Super Rugby 2020 due to an ongoing knee problem.
The 32-year-old has been laid low by several injuries over the past two seasons, but it’s specifically knee ligament injuries that could mean the end of his playing career.
Whiteley has had a significant impact as Lions skipper over the last few years and the team reached three consecutive Super Rugby finals (2016, 2017 and 2018) under his leadership.
Lions’ management team for 2020 Super Rugby season:
Head coach: Ivan van Rooyen
Defence: Sean Erasmus
Attack, backs and skills: Neil de Bruin
Forwards – scrum: Julian Redelinghuys
Forwards – lineout: Warren Whiteley
Collisions and rucking: Philip Lemmer
Technical analyst: Wynand Ellis
Team physician: Rob Collins
Physiotherapist: Preven Appalsamy
Strength and conditioning: Rupert Oberholster
Biokineticist: Jannie Klingbiel
Team manager: Mustapha Boomgaard
Assistant team manager: Johane Singwane
Massage: Ram Khumalo and Carol Dickson
Wynand Ellis: Technical Analyst
Rob Collins: Team Physician
Preven Appalsamy: Physiotherapist
Rupert Oberholster: Strength & Conditioning
Jannie Klingbiel: Biokineticist
Mustapha Boomgaard: Team Manager
Johane Singwane: Assistant Team Manager
Ram Khumalo & Carol Dickson: Massage
— Emirates Lions (@LionsRugbyCo) January 16, 2020