ActionSA is holding the City of Cape Town accountable to violations of a permit, which it says is within the City’s own records.
ActionSA commits to the third of households in Limpopo without water to ensure basic services are provided for all.
Despite these warnings, ActionSA claims the national government has been slow in responding to this pressing issue.
ActionSA warns that the rise in taxes will affect the poor more as they already suffer under rising cost of living
ActionSA maintains that justice should be served, the law should be enforced, and those guilty of causing harm should be prosecuted.
ActionSA argues that repairs and maintenance which shouldn’t be taking more than 24 hours end up taking in excess of 60 days.
ActionSA is demanding Urgent Intervention as Western Cape falls to murderous gangs with law enforcement missing in action.
ActionSA says residents have been forced to live without water for extended periods of time due to unethical conduct and greed.
ActionSA is particularly concerned about reports that R535,885.00 was splurged on hotels, R140,318.78 on food and beverages by Alan Winde.
ActionSA intends to file criminal charges against the City of Cape Town and the Minster of Forestry, Fisheries, and the Environment.
ActionSA has written to uMngeni Municipal Speaker requesting answers on what transpired leading up to the awarding of R100 000 to Tourism NPO.
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ActionSA, the North West Municipal Manager Patrick Shikwane stands accused of corruption involving R134 million.
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ActionSA warns DA that continued refusal to negotiate wage dispute will have a negative effect on the City of Tshwane
Oversight visits by ActionSA to Tshwane highlighted how service delivery in townships has come to a near standstill.
ActionSA stands against discrimination after coloureds were allegedly excluded from traffic warden positions.
The foundation of ActionSA’s motion lacks substance, Kwena Moloto, DA Tshwane Spokesperson responded to the Motion.
ActionSA believes the Rooiwal Wastewater Treatment tender was corruptly awarded to ANC-connected businessman Edwin Sodi.
ActionSA does not believe there are any winners in the current strike action as relations between the unions and the city deteriorate.
Acting North West Premier Nono Maloyi is said to be ‘biting more than he can chew’ as he performs three roles in government.
ActionSA says should eThekwini fail to comply with their call, it would be fair-minded for them to refrain from making harmful statements.
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