Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA) Minister, Dr Zweli Mkhize attended the Parliament Portfolio Committee on Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs for the first time since he took over as a Minister of this portfolio in February 2018. The Ministry of CoGTA was briefing the committee about the status of local government forensic investigation reports.
Briefing the honourable members of the committee, Minister Mkhize reaffirmed the constitutional principles of cooperative governance – across the spheres of government – of which he said were distinctive, interrelated and interdependent.
Fighting corruption is a priority because it is when we defeat this social scourge that we can ensure our people receive quality services at local government level,” said Minister Mkhize.
Read the full statement: CoGTA Briefs the Portfolio Committee on Forensic Reports