South Africa

Tackling mayhem in municipalities

Piet le Roux, CEO of Sakeliga, which represents more than 12,000 businesses in towns across the country, says it has been forced by years of inaction in the face of collapsing municipalities to take the government to court.

"We're litigating against the municipalities, against the minister of finance and the minister of co-operative governance & traditional affairs [Cogta]," he says...

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