Stakeholders met with Mr Mchunu and members of his cabinet at Ugu Sports and Leisure Centre last Thursday.
Sibusiso Vanda (46) died at Murchison Hospital on Tuesday night after battling illness.
The ongoing water crisis has still not been resolved.
A group of angry people apparently stormed the family’s home on Monday this week after Mr Naidoo’s street address was posted on Facebook.
The group, who reportedly operate ‘mafia style’, brought water tanker services in the Ugu district to a halt on Tuesday this week, demanding that local companies be appointed to provide these services.
He has extensive experience in human resource departments in both the private and government sectors.
Out of 257 audited municipalities around the country, only 33 had managed to achieve clean audits.
Mr Naidoo said the municipality would also be taking action against staff who were currently embarked on an illegal strike.
The behaviour of contractors also came under the council’s spotlight.
The handover ceremony was held at Port Shepstone Civic Centre.
Mr Mbili encourages his staff and local young people to also further their studies for better opportunities in life.