Here’s what you can do about corruption…

Q: Mayor I would like to thank you for your effort you putting for the development thats is happening at ward 17, though I have notice that the contractor that is been awarded to do the new road in ward 17 they are using Sub-standard machinery that they cause enviromental impact with this machineries, they spilling hydrolic and engine oil on the ground and most of their trucks they dont fitted with reverse alarms, please Mayor can you ensures that this contractors comply with health and safety enviromenta standards.

A: I will ask the department to intervene and investigate.

Q: Dear sir we are a family of 12 living in a small shark. we are suffering when its raining we have to woke up at night until the rain stop please help mr mayor .when are u going to build us rdp at section d?

A: We have five housing projects being built currently. Please ensure you have applied and your name is on the waiting list.

Q: MAYOR CAN THEIR BE A TELEPHONE LINE TO REPORT , MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES , THAT ARE BEEFITTING THEMSELVES BY STEALING FROM THE MUNICIPALITY.

A: The anti corruption hotline can be used:

– In the event of a corruption case beyond the bounds of law enforcement, organisations such as the National Anti-Corruption Forum (NACF) exist to cover the sectors of business, civil society and Government.

The NACF reports its findings to Parliament on a regular basis. The National Anti-Corruption Hotline for all public services is 0800 701 701, or send an email to [email protected]

Otherwise, contact the relevant provincial MECs office for assistance. To speak with a member of CorruptionWatch, a website designed as a tool for any ‘whistleblowers’, call 080 002 3456 and break the silence.

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Reveshni Moodley
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