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EKURHULENI MAYOR DISMISS ALLEGATIONS OF CORRUPTION IN HIS ADMINISTRATION.

The City of Ekurhuleni Executive Mayor Cllr Mzwandile Masina has dismissed media reports that his administration is involved in corrupt activities. Masina was addressing a media briefing in Germiston earlier today, responding to number of issues Masina refuted claims that his administration was involved in R1.9 Billion chemical toilets corruption scandal. He says to date the City is servicing 600 000 people in informal and is providing 39 000 chemical toilets at a tune of R872 million not the R1.9 billion reported in the media. Masina says there is no evidence of corruption in this tender. He says chemical toilets tender process was transparent and contractors were servicing and maintaining the toilets.

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THE OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE MAYOR DISTANCES ITSELF FROM FAKE EMAILS CIRCULATING ON SOCIAL MEDIA

The Office of the Executive Mayor of the City of Ekurhuleni, has noted a string of fake emails circulating on social media. In the fake emails the Executive Mayor, Cllr Mzwandile Masina is portrayed to be soliciting favours from the City Manager, Dr. Imogen Mashazi and the Group Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Kagiso Lerutla. The bogus emails are being sent from the email address, ap124794@gmail.com. The Office of the Executive Mayor condemns the fake emails with the strongest contempt and wishes to distance itself from these fraudulent the documents. The Executive Mayor’s official email address is openly available on the City’s website at, www.ekurhuleni.gov.za. We wish to advise the public to refrain from engaging with any unofficial emails claiming to be from Senior Government Officials in the City. All official emails contain the City’s official digital signature and utilise the domain, @ekurhuleni.gov.za. An investigation is currently underway to find the source of the fake emails and necessary legal action will be taken against the individuals once they have been apprehended. For more information, contact the Spokesperson to the Executive Mayor, Phakamile Mbengashe on 082 850 6084 Issued by the Office of the Executive Mayor of the City of Ekurhuleni. For media releases, speeches and news visit the City of Ekurhuleni’s website at www.ekurhuleni.gov.za.

 

EMS BEGS COMMUNITIES TO STOP ATTACKING PARAMEDICS.

Ekurhuleni Emergency Services has urged communities around the City to stop attacking paramedics who are on call. This comes after an ambulance crew was attacked in two separate incidents in eMpilisweni and in Ramaphosa a week ago. On Sunday a paramedic was attacked by a patient and his friends in Reiger Park. Ambulances were also damaged during the course of these incidents. The EMS Spokesperson William Ntladi told Kasie FM news that these incidents are making it difficult for personnel to work in communities.

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