News Bits By Zeeba:
- Cape Town’s water crisis continues.
- The presidency speaks out on Home Affairs Director General’s suspension.
- Eskom asks for money back from McKinsey and Trillian.
Cape Town’s water crisis continues to reach scary levels. The University Of Cape Town’s Future Water Institute has given out a warning on how crucial it is for water consumption be reduced to 500 million litres a day. On Wednesday Mayor Patricia De Lille announced a 3 phase plan to manage dams levels. She warned should residents not use water sparingly, taps could dry up by March of next year.
The presidency has rejected reports that it supports the suspension of Home Affairs Director General Mkuseli Apleni. On an affidavit filed by The Presidency says it merely clarifies that the minister of Home Affairs Hlengiwe Mkhize does not have the requisite authority to suspend the Director General.??
In the latest breakthrough The power utility has been found guilty yet again. In a statement released last night Eskom says “The interim findings from Eskom investigations into the circumstances surrounding payments made to both companies ??(McKinsey and Trillian), point to certain decisions by Eskom and resultant payments as being unlawful”
Wishing The Best of luck has to offer to our boys this weekend, Bafana-Bafana is playing against Burkina Faso in a must win 2018 World Cup Qualifier at FNB Stadium. And The Springoks ??are up against All Blacks in Newlands Cape Town. Both our national teams have been unlucky on the field on consecutive times. Go out out there and make South Africa proud!
That’s it for now catch again at 7 Monday Morning when we bring you a summary of news that matter.
Zeeba & Team.