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Fraud case opened over toilet tender

Our hands are clean, say Nelson Mandela Bay officials after complaint filed by United Front councillor

30 April 2021 - 10:43 By Nomazima Nkosi
United Front (UF) councillor Mkhuseli Mtsila and UF regional chair Xolisile Peter at the Humewood police station on Thursday.
United Front (UF) councillor Mkhuseli Mtsila and UF regional chair Xolisile Peter at the Humewood police station on Thursday.
Image: EUGENE COETZEE

Nelson Mandela Bay city bosses have downplayed United Front councillor Mkhuseli Mtsila’s laying criminal complaints against them, reducing it to a publicity stunt.

Mtsila opened a fraud case against acting city manager Mandla George and economic development executive director Anele Qaba at the Humewood police station in Gqeberha on Thursday.

This relates to the awarding of a six-month emergency contract on April 1 to Ezamantlane Trading Enterprise and Bahlaphing Consulting.

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