Monday, January 07, 2013

SAMWU asked to help deal with corruption in local government

Imogen vollenhoven
7 January 2013

The South African Municipal Workers Union in Limpopo today said it is worried about the slow pace with which law enforcement agencies are handling matters.

This after SAMWU had submitted evidence relating to malpractice in various municipalities in Limpopo. 

SAMWU’s Tahir Sema said they have submitted cases and documents detailing corruption in the Limpopo Province to the law enforcement agencies, however they have missed several deadlines to investigate these issues and even take action, on many of the conclusive evidence they have submitted to the law enforcement agencies.

SAMWU is now calling on the Hawks to not delay any further and to take action against corrupt elements.

Government has asked the union as a stake holder to help it deal with corrupt elements in local governmenent.



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