Communities are urged to attend and be heard.
Although the municipality carried out some repairs – which included a new walkway and re-fencing the pool – there was concern that the beach amenities were still not up to standard.
According to Dr Dhlomo, more than R15-million had been set aside for the project infrastructure.
Councillor Mthethwa claimed that ‘too many ANC squabbles’ were making it hard for decisions that would improve Ugu to be taken. These decisions, he added, included filling two vacancies at Exco level.
In a statement, constituency head, Dr Rishigen Viranna called for Ugu to be placed under administration in accordance with section 139 (1)(b) of the constitution.
Other officials and councillors thought to be involved have been scheduled to testify and answer questions from Cogta.
The municipality was lauded for having applied new enhancement norms and standards as set by the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Human Settlements.
Municipal manager Max Mbili said council was also eagerly anticipating working hand in hand with the Margate Ratepayers’ and Residents’ Association in dealing with infrastructure issues in the area.
Speaking to the Herald, Ugu spokesman, France Zama said the problem did not lie with the municipality or its billing system.
Residents claim they had contacted the Ugu call centre and reported it but Ugu says it has no record of any such call.
Council says it wants proof of mismanagement.