The Chi-Town Municipality allegedly sold 870 stands without following housing policy procedures the Herald reports.
The matter came to light after housing committee minutes dated August 5 show that the council was recommended that the council adopts a total of 870 stands sold between January to August 2019.
One Ward 113 Councillor Kevin Mtimbanyoka had this to say to the publication:
Corruption is killing our town and there is no service delivery to talk about while some councillors and then two directors are busy selling out stands and those on the housing waiting list are not benefiting
The council has already ordered that a forensic audit be conducted at the Municipality.
More: The Herald
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