The National Treasury has cracked down on Tshwane and Johannesburg by notifying both municipalities of its intention to cut a combined R1.83bn for grants, signalling that it is getting tough on errant municipalities ahead of 2024’s budget presentation. 

In separate letters sent to the cities on Monday, the Treasury threatened to withhold payment due to underperformance and noncompliance with the Division of Revenue Act. ..

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