Johannesburg city manager disappointed about Auditor General report
By Khanyisa Tabata
30 June 2011
Johannesburg city manager Mavela Dlamini says they are deeply disappointed about Auditor General Terence Nombembe’s report on the city’s performance.
The negative finding is effectively a regression compared to previous years.
Dlamini says they have started working to ensure that the shortcomings don’t recur. The qualifications contained in the AG’s report refer mainly to billing issues.
Meanwhile, former acting director general in the Presidency Trevor Fowler was this morning elected Johannesburg’s new city manager.
He will take over from Dlamini in September. Fowler has the support of all parties in the council.