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Jun 12 2018

Only 7% of South African Cities Are Well Functioning

The other day we learned that less than 1% of hospitals and clinics could pass inspection in the rainbow utopia of South Africa. Fortunately, municipalities function far better than health facilities under black rule. According to a recent Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA) assessment of South African cities,

– only 7% of the country’s municipalities are well-functioning;
– 31% are reasonabl[y] functioning;
– 31% are almost dysfunctional; and
– 31% are completely dysfunctional.

At least CoGTA Minister Zweli Mkhize has a plan:

Mkhize said while CoGTA was attending to most challenges facing municipalities – such as fighting corruption, political infighting, hiring of qualified professionals and financial management – business sector must support government through their investment which must be beyond Corporate Social Investment (CSI) to achieve inclusive growth.

So long as money in private hands still exists, the solution to every problem is obvious.

Have faith in South Africa’s Affirmative Action bureaucracy. It will get that 7% down to zero in no time.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.




2 Responses to “Only 7% of South African Cities Are Well Functioning”

  1. […] Only 7% of South African Cities Are Well Functioning The other day we learned that less than 1% of hospitals and clinics could pass inspection in the rainbow utopia of South Africa. Fortunately, municipalities function far better than health facilities under black rule. According to a recent Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA) assessment of South African cities […]

  2. […] Only 7% of South African Cities Are Well FunctioningThe other day we learned that less than 1% of hospitals and clinics could pass inspection in the rainbow utopia of South Africa. Fortunately, municipalities function far better than health facilities under black rule. According to a recent Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA) assessment of South African cities […]

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