A COUNCIL meeting to resolve Nelson Mandela Bay's leadership crisis was postponed yesterday at the eleventh hour, leaving the metro without a municipal manager for a fifth day.
In the midst of the administration chaos, ANC regional bosses decided to take a step back and watch as council leaders they describe as ill-disciplined cadres "destroy" themselves.
This comes after mayor Zanoxolo Wayile ignored an instruction from the regional executive committee (REC) to appoint the last permanent executive director standing, Dr Mamisa Chabula- Nxiweni, as acting municipal manager.
Instead, he pushed for Ntombi Baart to be appointed on Thursday last week, even though she was not available for the job as she was already employed in Bhisho.
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