She’s urged residents and businesses to also pay to prevent municipalities from collapsing.
It is a difficult task because everyone does not have money. Even those who have the money, they were not paying their municipality rates. We are pleading with those that can pay to at least assist municipalities and pay that little amount of money that they have,” adds Nkomo-Ralehoko.
MEC of Finance and @GautengeGov @NkomoNomantu will outline departmental priorities for the 2020/21 financial year, including how we are responding to the Covid-19 pandemic, when she presents budget votes to a Virtual Sitting of the @GPLegislature today. pic.twitter.com/aorYNJCdIJ
— Gauteng Treasury (@GautengTreasury) June 23, 2020