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Plato to elect new mayoral committee

Newly elected mayor Dan Plato is expected to be unveil his new mayoral committee this week. Plato has not indicated whether he will select a completely new committee or whether he would just replace Mayco members who resigned last week, following the resignation of former mayor Patricia De Lille. Plato[…]

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City of Cape Town rejects Herron’s allegations

The City of Cape Town has rejected as skewed, the comments made by its former Mayoral Committee Member for Housing, Brett Herron,  that the City has no desire to integrate its citizens. Acting Cape Town Mayor Ian Neilsen says he’s not worried about a spate of resignations from councillors within the City[…]

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Yet another blow to the DA: Brett Herron resigns

Mayoral Committee member for Transport and Urban Development, Brett Herron, has on Thursday resigned as a member of the Democratic Alliance (DA), with immediate effect. Herron announced his resignation at the Salt River Market on Thursday afternoon, where he was set to address the blocking of the disposal of the[…]

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MyCiTi strike to go ahead despite interdict

Striking MyCiTi workers were expected draw their protest into its second week when they descend on the Civic Centre today. This is despite the City saying it obtained an urgent interdict against the striking workers, preventing them from intimidating, harassing or assaulting MyCiTi passengers and staff, or damaging MyCiTi stations,[…]

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Nzimande in the firing line as ‘rail shutdown looms’

The City of Cape Town has repeated its call for a state of emergency to be declared over the commuter railways. Brett Herron‚ the mayoral committee member for transport‚ said on Saturday his renewed plea to transport minister Blade Nzimande followed reports that the Railway Safety Regulator had issued a[…]

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