‘Dodgy’ ex-manager shortlisted for city boss, despite R1.9bn graft cloud – The Citizen

The Municipality of Mogale City in Gauteng has raised eyebrows after the selection and interview committee shortlisted a former chief executive who would have been responsible for the council’s R1.9 billion megaprojects fiasco, for the post of city ​​manager. Executive Mayor Tyrone Gray has confirmed that the former executive director of the municipality’s economic development services, Makhosana Msezana, is among three candidates recommended for the position of city manager. He confirmed that Andile Dyakala, who was suspended by the local municipality of Emfuleni just days after reporting allegations of corruption linked to a 57 million rand contract, as well as Khoahli…

Melissa C. Keyes