BUSINESS and civil society put Nelson Mandela Bay's political leaders in the hot seat this week, demanding answers on municipal manager Lindiwe Msengana-Ndlela's resignation and a proposed R3.2-million payout.
Seasonal electricity tariffs for businesses, the city's infrastructure maintenance backlog and vacant executive posts were also on the agenda.
Deputy mayor Chippa Ngcolomba led a delegation of mayoral committee members at the Noninzi Luzipho building on Tuesday, where they met with the Bay Business Chamber, SA Non-governmental Organisation Coalition (Sangoco), religious fraternity and Ratepayers' Association.
Chamber president Mandla Madwara called on the municipality to release the controversial Pikoli report, which is said to detail maladministration within the metro.
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