Tshwane ANC to Continue With Motion of no Confidence Against Mayor Mokgalapa

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African National Congress (ANC) in Tshwane says they are not backing down even after the high court in Tshwane has ruled their motion of no confidence against DA Mayor Mokgalapa null and void in December.

The party got into negotiations with the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) in municipality late last to remove mayor Mokgalapa after a sex tape video clip of him and former MMC Senkubuge surfaced.

Speaking at a press briefing earlier today in Tshwane Dr Kgosi Maepa said they have drafted a petition together the EFF and sent it to Speaker in the council Ms Katlego Mathebe to commission the special council meeting.

He said among other things the petition seeks to address the legality of Mokgalapa’s ‘special leave and legality of the deputy Speaker’s position.

“Tshwane is currently being run by illegal officials. As far as we are concerned, Mayor Stevens Mokgalapa has gone on uncommissioned leave and the Acting Mayor, Abel Tau, cannot act when there is a mayor,” Maepa charged.

He also added that in the mist scandals by the mayor, people of Tshwane are not receiving services they have pad for.

They said they continue to put a motion of no confidence against the mayor.


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