The removal of corrupt Newcastle Mayor, Ntuthuko Mhlaba, from the ANC candidate list, albeit at the eleventh hour, is welcomed by ActionSA. We have insisted that the people of Newcastle deserve ethical, law-abiding, and competent leadership – Mhlaba is not that leader.
ActionSA is in possession of a damning court ruling delivered by the High Court of South Africa, Gauteng Division, where the City of Tshwane is ordered to reverse the irregular appointment of former ANC – Councillor, Jabu Mabona, from the position of Regional Executive Director (RED), by the DA-led coalition government.
ActionSA is pleased to confirm that it has completed all of its candidate nomination processes with the IEC and by the prescribed deadline of today.
On 19 August 2021, convicted serial criminal, parolee and suspect in the Lily Mine families’ protest settlement Kaizer Gwebu finally appeared before the Low’s Creek Periodical Court in Barberton after having absconded on 29 July 2021.
South Africans should be outraged at the election of Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula as Speaker of the National Assembly – a failed Minister of Defence who could not lead the Security Cluster in ensuring the safety and security of the people of this country and our economy when what appears to be members of her own party launched a violent campaign of violence and looting who has, for all intents and purposes, been demoted upwards
In response to over 30 inaccurate billing receipt complaints by residents of Tshwane amounting to over a million Rand, ActionSA led a picket this morning in protest of the City’s inaccurate billing system. Affected residents of Tshwane feel failed by the City’s collection department.
The Executive Mayor of Ekurhuleni, Mzwandile Masina’s government is failing the residents of the City.
On Monday 16 August 2021, ActionSA’s Councillor Candidates in the Joburg Inner City, Prince Mohlala and Khomotjo Mashala, demonstrated what decisive action in ensuring the safety of students residents, businesses, and other ratepayers, by forcing the South African Police Service and officials from the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa to conduct an in-loco inspection of the Doornfontein Metrorail Station that has been looted to the point of near-collapse.