Wonderboom coup?

Wonderboom coup?

‘We put on record that the current situation is putting the airport, the Tshwane officials, the airport tenants, the aircraft operators and their passengers at huge life-threatening risk.’

With continuous confusion and disputes about who's in charge, mismanagement of Tshwane airport reaches crisis point.

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Submitted by : Rossum on 2019-10-02 09:48:55
Thank you Susan Puren for your excellent report of the Wonderboom Airport.
These are really disturbing news. As a ratepayer contributing more than R6000 pm for services and properties I own in the City of Tshwane I am really concerned about how the money of the ratepayers is spent by PAS.
Apparently the airport is also managed by a family business consisting of Mr. Alexander, his wife, and son.
The DA voters should be concerned about the appointments of Lenis Breytenbach, Elmarie Linde and Lynell Senkubuge, all seemingly not up to their duties. I have to rethink my opinion whether the DA-led Council is functioning properly. I would like to appeal to the Tshwane mayor Stevens Mokgalapa to take the necessary steps to end this disaster at the Wonderboom Airport.
A disappointed ratepayer P.R.


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