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Lifestyle audits of public officials
​EThekwini Mayor Mxolisi Kaunda committed to ensure that the
City’s tender process becomes more transparent, efficient and
credible. Mayor Kaunda was speaking during the Inkosi Albert
Luthuli International Convention Centre Leadership Summit.
IN HIS unwavering bid to build a capable and honest Municipality, eThekwini Mayor Mxolisi Kaunda has vowed that the City will conduct lifestyle audits of public officials and prevent public servants from engaging in business with eThekwini.

Furthermore, the Mayor committed to ensure that the tender process becomes more transparent, efficient and credible. “We have realised that corruption has negative consequences on our economy and society. It impacts negatively on the integrity of our institutions, therefore this is our commitment to restore ethical leadership in our institutions,” said Mayor Kaunda, who was speaking at the inaugural Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre Leadership Summit on 19 September.

In his address, Mayor Kaunda applauded the City’s entity for hosting a highly impactful summit. “This summit drives President Cyril Ramaphosa’s plan of leading an ethical country, which he outlined during the State of the Nation Address,” said Mayor Kaunda. 

Keynote speaker, Televangelist Bishop TD Jakes said: “South Africa and Durban in particular, is alive with infinite possibilities and every citizen has a role to play in making a difference.” Jakes further said working relations between citizens and government are crucial for nation building and economic growth.

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