The Democratic Alliance in Gauteng has outlined its intention to move a vote of no confidence in Premier David Mahura, saying he is not responsible for the province’s high crime rate, unemployment and poverty.
Prosecutors say they will introduce a vote of no confidence in the legislature on Monday. DA Gauteng leader is Solly Msimanga.
“David Mahuri and the ANC have been allowed to walk away without accountability or prosecution. We’ve seen the situation deteriorate, crime is rising to alarming levels, whether you’re talking about murders, plane hijackings, GBV, Gauteng beats it.”
The party accused the prime minister of dereliction of duty and called for his removal from office.
The DA says it will push for a secret ballot because it believes the provincial African National Congress (ANC) does not fully support Mahura.
Meanwhile, the ANC in the province called this action frivolous.
The DA in the province is again pushing for a vote of no confidence in Premier David Mahura. The party says this is because Mahura has not been transparent and accountable despite numerous attempts to release reports of a series of investigations.
Gauteng DA Caucus leader Solly Msimanga says the reports include reports on the Alexander upgrade project where millions of rands are missing, promised lifestyle checks on senior officials and reports on personal protection and sanitation programs carried out over the past two years . years.