Rot of crime and corruption ‘worst in Bay’

Rochelle de Kock

WHEN you look at South Africa’s heritage today, you talk about a country that is riddled with corruption and crime – with the worst rot in Nelson Mandela Bay, DA MPL Donald Lee said in Uitenhage yesterday.

Lee, who was one of the speakers at the DA’s Heritage Day celebrations in KwaNobuhle, used his speech to attack the ANC.

He focused on Bay mayor Ben Fihla and former ANC regional chairman Nceba Faku.

Former Eastern Cape premier Nosimo Balindela, now DA Stutterheim constituency director, and DA MP Annette Lovemore also attended the event at the Babs Madlakane Hall.

Speaking to a crowd of about 400 residents, Lee said there were three different governments in play in the city.

“The one government is [Fihla] and his cronies, then there is the government in exile, which is [Nceba Faku] and his people who are still in control from the outside.

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