IFP Gauteng Statement on Allegations of Unethical Conduct Against City of Tshwane Executive Mayor

Aug 19, 2022 | Press Releases

The IFP in Gauteng has noted with deep concern the allegations of unethical conduct and interference in supply chain processes – regarding the multibillion-rand renewable energy deal – levelled against the City of Tshwane Executive Mayor, Cllr Randall Williams.

While the IFP remains committed to the coalition in Tshwane, we wish to disassociate ourselves from any unethical conduct, such as that alleged of the Executive Mayor. Such conduct cannot be skimmed over, as it deeply undermines the principles of good governance and ethical leadership, and ultimately displays the worst betrayal of the trust of the people.

The IFP finds it difficult to continue supporting an individual facing such deplorable allegations. In light of this, the IFP is of the view that the Executive Mayor should not continue serving in his current position, until a full and thorough investigation on his conduct is concluded.

The IFP reiterates its commitment to upholding good governance, ethical leadership, and accountability in serving the will and interests of the citizenry.

Bonginkosi Dhlamini, MPL
IFP Gauteng Provincial Chairperson
082 565 3571

Ziyanda Zwane, Cllr
IFP Tshwane Convener
071 138 1815

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