Cosatu slams lack of action against failing provinces and municipalities

Cosatu slams lack of action against failing provinces and municipalities

2021-12-01 08:10:00 AM

Cosatu slams lack of action against failing provinces and municipalities

Handing over billions of rand with little accountability or lack of consequence can’t continue, senior Cosatu official says

Bekezela PhakathiTrade union federation and key ANC alliance partner Cosatu has slammed the medium term budget policy statement and its proposed allocation of revenue for making little mention of rampant corruption and wasteful expenditure at provincial government and municipal level.

Cosatu and the SA Local Government Association (Salga), which represents municipalities, appeared before parliament’s select committee on appropriations on Tuesday to discuss the medium term budget policy statement (MTBPS) presented by finance minister Enoch Godongwana earlier in November. ..

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U part of the plight, in fact you have front row seats Cosatu is so clueless. It is their members that created the problem in the first place. None of them want work and all want a place on the gravy train. Cosatu should acknowledge its share of the blame. It's an integral part of the unholy alliance with the ANC and the SACP

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