Wednesday , June 23 2021

CT CTC does not accept the Plato's new administration committee



The party press conference was held on Tuesday, where they shared their views on the new committee.

The headquarters of the IMF in Cape Town canceled the Cape Town municipal council on November 13, 2018. Photo: Kaylynn Palm / EWN

CAPE TOWN – The African National Congress in Cape Town (ANC) does not accept the Cape Town mayor (Mayco) committee.

The party press conference was held on Tuesday, where they shared their views on the new committee.

Mayor Don Plato opened his new suitcase on Sunday.

The party says Mayco will benefit only a few rich folders that are unable to serve all communities.

According to ANT's Holony Sotasha, this is a serious threat to the transformation of Cape Town.

According to him, the team has no experience in the government, Sharon Cottle, Mayo's Corporate Service and Felicity Purchase, members of the Mayco Motor and City Building Administration.

Sota, speaking of Plato, says he does not have a new mayor in Cape Town, and has left untapped work in 2011 and will be recycled.

"Blikkiesdorp is the legacy of Dan Platon. He promised people to stay there for several months, but they are still there. Open platforms in Hailelissha are the legacy of Dan Plato. When he was leaving in 2011, he never said what he would do about his legacy, and now he's back, "he said.

The party warned that the heat would be lifted and that they would welcome the streets of Plato.

(Edited by Mihlali Ntsabo)


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