Nkomazi Local Municipality’s R27m Covid-19 budget to be investigated | Citypress

2020-09-02 07:30:00 AM

Mpumalanga Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Mandla Msibi will institute a forensic investigation into the management of the Nkomazi Local Municipality’s R27.3 million budget for the Covid-19 coronavirus

Mpumalanga Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Mandla Msibi will institute a forensic investigation into the management of the Nkomazi Local Municipality’s R27.3 million budget for the Covid-19 coronavirus

Mpumalanga Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) MEC Mandla Msibi will institute a forensic investigation into the management of the Nkomazi Local Municipality’s R27.3 million budget for the Covid-19 coronavirus.

Football FeverChoose a newsletterVoting BoothFor 13 weeks hundreds of thousands of people who rely on alcohol for a livelihood have stared financial ruin in the face. Now that the ban on the sale of alcohol products has been lifted, they face another fear – that South Africans will not drink responsibly and force the government’s hand in banning booze again. Are you expecting this to happen?

Please select an optionOops! Something went wrong, please try again later.Yes, we are a nation of alcoholicsNo, the economy won’t copeI don’t drink so I don’t careResultsYes, we are a nation of alcoholics30% - 109 votesNo, the economy won’t cope56% - 200 votes

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Now that the ban on the sale of alcohol products has been lifted, they face another fear – that South Africans will not drink responsibly and force the government’s hand in banning booze again. Are you expecting this to happen? Please select an option Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later. A conscientious establishment will have made efforts to create a safe first impression. Yes, we are a nation of alcoholics No, the economy won’t cope I don’t drink so I don’t care Results Yes, we are a nation of alcoholics 30% - 109 votes No, the economy won’t cope 56% - 200 votes I don’t drink so I don’t care 14% - 50 votes . Asked if he expected wholesale lockdowns in the coming months to avoid a second wave of infections, he said: “No.