The eThekwini municipality says it has no plans to repay millions of dollars owed to an electrical contractor and will fight the attachment of its assets ordered by the Kwazulu-Natal High Court in Durban.
This comes after officials were seen on Thursday carrying computers and other equipment out of the electricity department’s offices and loading it onto a flatbed truck.
“Our legal team is currently contacting this company to request that they stop whatever they are doing, failing which we will have to seek a court injunction.The case is being reviewed by the Supreme Court of Appeal “Mayisela stated.
Assets in the eThekwini municipality’s electricity department were attached following a high court order.
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