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23 Dec 2021
6:30 am

Minister Dlodlo won’t deal with the rot


In a statement issued on Tuesday, Dlodlo said the main reason why the appointments would not be probed was because many of the managers were appointed before public service regulations were instituted in 2016.

Minister Ayanda Dlodlo. (Photo by Gallo Images / Sunday Times / Moeletsi Mabe)

Public Service and Administration Minister Ayanda Dlodlo this week revealed 26% of public servants employed in senior management don’t have the proper qualifications for the positions they occupy. Shock! Horror! Tell us something we didn’t know. Former public service and administration minister Senzo Mchunu revealed in April that number was as high as 35%. So government should get a pat on the back for their improvement. In April Mchunu revealed that, of 9,477 senior managers, 3,301 did not have the required qualifications. ALSO READ: EFF accuses ‘dangerous’ Dlodlo of lying to Parliament, calls for her axing When you consider that...