It’s called accountability
IT seems as if there are people in the government and in state institutions who are hellbent on making sure that the “good story” is merely hot air.
ANC deployees are a disappointment and the party leadership is failing to call them to order.
Minister of Social Development Bathabile Dlamini acquired security personnel to protect her children, at taxpayers’ expense.
This is despite the fact that the state is already providing protection services for her.
Any extra security services not covered in the ministerial handbook should be paid for by the minister herself.
As a public servant, she should lead by example. After all, she is in charge of a crucial portfolio that is responsible for providing a safety net to the public.
The minister should be held responsible for her actions. She owes it to the public to do so. — Tom Mhlanga, Braamfontein
RESPONSIBLE: Minister of Social Development Bathabile Dlamini