Makhura talks tough, and his executive have their work cut out

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Makhura talks tough, and his executive have their work cut out

His Gauteng state of the province address was scant on detail, but his cabinet were ordered to find solutions - fast

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While Gauteng premier David Makhura’s state of the province address (Sopa) on Monday seemed scant on detail, he used the platform to put his MECs on terms, giving them 100 days to submit performance plans to his office. 

After this, said Makhura, all MECs would be made to sign performance contracts that would be made available to the public.

Makhura’s statement about performance contracts mirrors that of President Cyril Ramaphosa, who, when announcing his new cabinet at the end of May, said such contracts would be signed by “each and every one of the ministers and deputy ministers”...

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