Embattled public works minister Patricia de Lille says she will clean up the department even if it means losing her job. In an interview with the Sunday Times this week, a fuming De Lille said the possibility of losing her cabinet post would not stop her from removing elements within[…]
Officials in Zimbabwe have reacted indifferently to South Africa’s announcement that it planned to erect a fence along the border with its neighbour as part of measures to stem irregular migration and contain the spread of the new coronavirus. “Some people build durawalls around their houses, fields or properties and[…]
The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) has released hundreds of parcels of land as part of the government’s commitment to land reform, redistribution and restitution. According to Public Works Minister Patricia de Lille, in October, last year, the Cabinet approved the release of 167 portions of land which[…]
Another GOOD Party leader, treasurer-general Masego Kwenamore, has tendered her resignation saying she has been kept in the dark about party finances. Kwenamore, based in the North West, said she “has had enough and felt used” by the party that was formed a couple of months before the 8 May general elections.[…]
Patricia de Lille is a woman on a mission. The recently appointed Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure is no stranger to taking the bull by the horns, and that is exactly what she is doing in her new role at the helm of the department entrusted to be government’s infrastructure[…]
In a move to curb corruption related to government leases, Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure Patricia de Lille has announced that all new tenders issued by her department will be “open for public scrutiny” – from the evaluation of tender documents to the adjudication. “We are dealing with public[…]
Good party leader and former Cape Town mayor, Patricia de Lille, says she is “deeply honoured and humbled to have received the call to serve as a minister in South Africa’s new Cabinet” and that it is time South Africans demonstrate their ability to “rise above party political differences”. President[…]
The City of Cape Town is expected to give agricultural experts a hearing as it inspects land this week, while activists continue to campaign for the protection of the Philipi Horticultural Area (PHA). The City’s municipal planning tribunal is expected to conduct a site inspection after the PHA Food and[…]
Democratic Alliance (DA) Leader Mmusi Maimane says they will be meeting with the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) to discuss the ruling that the party should apologise to GOOD Party leader Patricia de Lille. On Tuesday, the IEC ordered the DA to desist from saying that de Lille was fired as[…]
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has ordered the Democratic Alliance (DA) to desist from saying that Good Party leader Patricia de Lille was fired as Cape Town Mayor. It has ordered the party to publicly apologise to De Lille within three days. The IEC ruled in her favour after she[…]
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