CT Council meeting evokes serious questions
De Lille opened her speech by seeking a moment of silence for those who have passed in the Marikana massacre and the victims of the recent spate of protests sparked in the
The Mayor claimed she resents the ‘Johnny come latelies’ who know nothing about the struggle.
She emphasised that she gets angry when youth league threatens to make the city ungovernable not taking into account that destroying services provided to the poor will only affect the poor.
Councillor Demetrius Dudley of the ACDP lauded the Mayor for the amount of services that they have rendered to the people of
On the other hand Councillor Tony Ehrenreich of the African National Congress asked the Mayor what type of leadership is being given to the people if the gap of inequality is getting bigger.
A number of other councillors were also concerned about the slow process of service delivery.
In closing De Lille said councillors are supposed to be leaders in their communities and that being a councillor does not mean getting a fat salary and attending meetings at the end of every month.