North West Premier Thandi Modise vows that those implicated in the investigation by a provincial executive council task team will be dealt with NORTH West Premier Thandi Modise on Monday cracked the whip on delays in resolving a water supply crisis in Madibeng municipality, vowing that those implicated in the investigation by a provincial executive council task team would be dealt with.Her spokesman Lesiba Kgwele confirmed that the Madibeng local municipality would be placed under administration. In terms of section 139 of the constitution, this places its daily affairs in the hands of the province — the second time this has happened since 2010.Violent protests over service delivery which erupted last month in Madibeng’s Mothutlung township, near Brits, have spread to other areas including Majakaneng, Hebron, Koster and Bapong. A task team was appointed after last year’s ministerial task team report into the water shortages, blamed on corruption.At the weekend election material was ...

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