dept healthANC win decisively in its heartland

In retrospect I am relieved that Cope ran a bad campaign in the Nelson Mandela Bay. There was talk of the DA forming a coalition with Cope to run the Nelson Mandela Bay, but the DA only won 40% of the vote there. Look 40% is a massive increase for the DA, but to run that metro by an alliance with a party that is made up of former ANC members is just not a good idea.

Trollip said smaller parties had kept the ANC in power in the Kouga municipality, which includes Jeffreys Bay, where the seats were split 15 to the ANC and 14 to opposition parties.

In April 2010 the Global Credit Rating Company gave the NMBM an A+ credit rating (long term) and A1 (short term). Both are considered excellent, and are investment grade ratings.

I hope the EC gets a better deal from the ANC this time round…starting with their baby killing hospitals

Two months after the June 2010 Financial Statements, in August 2010, the NMBM ran out of cash, entirely, and could barely pay its staff salaries. It could not pay its trade creditors, causing a crisis of confidence in the institution, and much financial tension in its many suppliers.

People who had chosen not to vote, such as those who "arranged soccer matches" and chased away people with voting ink on their fingers, had basically told those who were tortured and died in the struggle against apartheid they had "done it for nothing".

What had gone wrong, and why so suddenly?…..""""

"We are ready to run Nelson Mandela Bay again. We will continue to work with opposition parties to improve the lives of the poor in the metro."

"It is clear that the people of this province have potent confidence in the policies and programmes of the ANC," he said after the announcement of the final preliminary results of the election.

South Africa choses to vote for leaders who are brazen adulterers (more than one wife), pro abortionist (murderers) and those who consult the demonic realm (the ancestors).

Tongues have been wagging in the coastal city for the past two weeks after DA councillor Terry Herbst revealed that the council had proposed spending R130000 on the ceremony – to be financed from the mayors discretionary fund……""""""

"We are absolutely happy. We are ecstatic," Masualle said in East London shortly after it became apparent that the party had an unassailable lead in the metro.

Two months later, on 30 June 2010 (the end of the Financial Year), the NMBM operating account showed another surplus, this time of R449 million, and its Balance Sheet showed cash and short term investments odept healthANC win decisively in its heartlandf R630 million. For three years the Auditor General has given the NMBM unqualified audits (i.e. the Financial Statements as presented are, to the Auditor General, correct in every aspect).

The party won just 14.68 percent of the vote, but had more than "doubled" and even quadrupled its support in municipalities across the province.

He said those in the ANC who had wasted their time taking the party to court over its candidate lists should rejoin the party and start working among communities again.

"Our performance in those areas was historic and sets us up for an assault on the metro in the next election."

What will our tsunami be?

"This election will spell the end of smaller parties and it is now clear that the race in future will be between the ANC and DA with COPE in a distant third."

The "… We will continue to work with opposition parties to improve the lives of the poor in the metro."…must be translated as "f….you!!! ..I am in power now and Ill do whatever f…..I please"""

The preliminary results from the IEC show that the ANC won 51.91 percent of the vote in the metro, compared to the 40.12 percent of the DA and 4.95 percent of the Congress of the People.

Masualle said the party would keep a close watch on newly elected councillors in the Eastern Cape and would be "tight" on accountability.

At the end of that finandept health eastern capecial year, on 30 June 2009, the NMBM Operating Account showed a surplus (profit) of R1.0 billion for the year just ended.

He predicted, though, that this would be the last election for smaller parties.

Earlier Masualle said the party was "ecstatic" about winning the Nelson Mandela Bay metro, where the Democratic Alliance and the Congress of the People had hoped to form a governing coalition.

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He said the DA had red extremely well in the northern parts of Port Elizabeth, specifically in Uitenhage and Despatch.

…."Cleansing ceremony for deadly Cape road

"We could have had a bloodbath in this province, but I have to thank the political leaders for the way they handled themselves in what was a fiercely contested election."

The party had made inroads across the Eastern Cape, winning in numerous of its non-traditional areas, even picking up a seat in the ANC-dominated town of Flagstaff.

……..and run they will….to the ground!!!!!……

"The seat we won in Flagstaff was in the Transkei, which is a low-key area for the DAs growth and the ct that we have a councillor there augurs well for the future."

Trollip said the partys retention of Baviaans, the only municipality it controls in the Eastern Cape, was "heroic".

"From the moment the proction was made, we knew is would be an election with difficulties. Lots of drama unfolded, there were high levels of tension and high levels of discontentment.

Tongues have been wagging in the coastal city for the past two weeks after DA councillor Terry Herbst revealed that the council had proposed spending R130000 on the ceremony – to be financed from the mayors discretionary fund.

" We must by all means respect one anothers culture, but such rituals should not be performed at the taxpayers expense "

Tongues have been wagging in the coastal city for the past two weeks after DA councillor Terry Herbst revealed that the council had proposed spending R130000 on the ceremony – to be financed from the mayors discretionary fund……""""""

In a Godless society, moral truth does not matter, only what is best communicated with the masses.

Before closing the results centre IEC provincial officer Bongani Finca said "responsible political leaders" helped avoid a bloodbath in the build up to the elections in the Eastern Cape.

"Many letters were sent to us where we were told not to deliver to places because the community — there were many purporting to represent their community — would burn the IEC cilities down.

"This election was not an easy one," he said.

Eastern Cape health MEC Phumulo Masualle addresses the media in Bhisho in the Eastern Cape yesterday about the 181 baby deaths in the neonatal unit of Mthathas Nelson Mandela Academic hospital. Nurses say they are on the verge of quitting Picture: GARY HORLOR

" We must by all means respect one anothers culture, but such rituals should not be performed at the taxpayers expense "

There were many who had "threatened" the election, he said.

…….sorry…the complete comment was:

DA provincial leader Athol Trollip said he was thrilled at the partys performance in the province.

I am sure that Cope members would have resorted to their ANC habits and gone on the graft, leaving the DAs record of delivery and accountabilty compromised.

"They have made it clear that they are keen to work with the ANC in shaping up their lives."

@jennyfromtheblock, if any province deserves the poor treatment they get it is the EC, they voted for their own oppressors, AGAIN! This is mainly to do about cash handouts though

"But through the commitment of the police we did not have a single voting station that did not open in this election.

dept healthANC win decisively in its heartland,The party won 73.2 percent of the vote in the province, a victory that provincial leader Phumulo Masualle said was "decisive" and proof that communities across the province wanted to partner with the party to improve their conditions.

Rory Riordan

Please Sir, no more lies, no more corruption…The people trust you. Any hurt to them would be heartless, and an unforgivable crime like the past.

Mayor Zanoxolo Wayile said the planned traditional ceremony had generated considerable debate, some of it based on "cultural intolerance".

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"We were able to give people the right to do what we have struggled for and what many people died for," said Finca.

24 February 2011

"It is clear that the people of this province have potent confidence in the policies and programmes of the ANC," he said after the announcement of the final preliminary results of the election at the Independent Electoral Commissions results centre in East London.

The ANC won in municipalities across the province with resounding victories in Alfred Nzo, OR Tambo where it took 33 out of 35 wards, including Chris Hani, Joe Gqabi, Cacadu and Amathole, he said.

On 30 June 2008 the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality had R1.9 billion in cash and short term investments in the bank.

Port Elizabeths mayor yesterday vowed to push ahead with a controversial plan to finance a cleansing ceremony by traditional healers on a deadly stretch of road, despite objections by ratepayers.

A few months later, the NMBM received an AA2za Credit Rating from Moodys, the fourth highest rating of any South African Municipality.

" We must by all means respect one anothers culture, but such rituals should not be performed at the taxpayers expense "

Mayor Zanoxolo Wayile said the planned traditional ceremony had generated considerable debate, some of it based on "cultural intolerance".

"How the Metros financial crisis occurred

The ANC is too riddled with corruption to ever be able to deliver on their promises. All the DA has to do in Nelson Mandela Bay is wait.

Mayor Zanoxolo Wayile said the planned traditional ceremony had generated considerable debate, some of it based on "cultural intolerance".

"Across the Eastern Cape we doubled and quadrupled our support, whether it was Grahamstown or Queenstown.

Ah, that is the province that the ANC has been pumping all our taxes into indescriminately heh? I guess the payoff worked, will we get our money back though?

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