Ian Neilson

City receives its 15th unqualified audit

The City of Cape Town has received an unqualified audit opinion with findings for the 2017/18 financial year from the auditor-general (AG). This is the City’s 15th consecutive unqualified audit opinion, deputy mayor and mayoral committee member for finance Ian Neilson said on Tuesday. Neilson stated that the findings of[…]

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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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CT water restrictions dropped to Level 5

Following months of questions about the state of the City’s dams, the City of Cape Town has announced plans to lower water restrictions and tariffs from Level 6B to Level 5 come October 1 this year. In a statement released on Monday morning, deputy executive mayor Ian Neilson said the[…]

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