A member of the Municipal Public Accounts Committee (MPAC) in the City of Cape Town says the committ...

A member of the Municipal Public Accounts Committee (MPAC) in the City of Cape Town says the committee's report which former Mayor Patricia de Lille claims vindicates her from allegations of corruption, has yet to be finalised. Councillor Kevin Southgate


says the report will be tabled in council tomorrow, whereafter they will have to take any further submissions into account. De Lille has claimed that the report found that she did not use City money for upgrades at her home, which the DA accused her of. Southgate says the report will most likely only be finalised early next year: "The report has not yet been served before council. It was on the agenda for the last council meeting, but


it was then referred back to MPAC for further information. It is therefore difficult at this stage to pronounce on this particular matter, until the report comes back to MPAC and MPAC has considered the new information that has become available."

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