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Tshwane’s DA administration is under siege and has experienced "sabotage", it said on Monday, blaming disgruntled ANC branch members for acts of land invasion and power cuts.Disrupters would be dealt with, said newly-elected mayor Solly Msimanga’s spokesman‚ Motheo Mtimkulu."We have intelligence... that some members of the ANC in branches were encouraging communities to invade land‚" said Mtimkulu.READ THIS: The six meetings that changed South African politics"We will not call Red Ants to deal with that situation‚ but we will talk to communities to make them aware that it is illegal to occupy land."We will trigger law enforcement agencies to arrest those who mislead communities to invade land."Mtimkulu also said power cuts in the northern areas of Pretoria were intentional acts by those whose aim was to "disrupt this new administration"."The mayor attended to that problem and it was established that the power cut was not as a reason of anything faulty. Power was cut as an act of sab...
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