Cabinet appoints committee to investigate PPE corruption

Written by on 28 August, 2020

President, Cyril Ramaphosa, says cabinet has established a ministerial team to compile a report on the detail of contracts awarded by national departments, provincial governments and other public entities.

Ramaphosa has been answering questions in the National Assembly.

The Special Investigating Unit is investigating 90 companies that received contracts from the Gauteng Health Department.

It is also investigating R30 million worth of allegedly irregular contracts in KZN, as well as others in the Eastern Cape.

Ramaphosa says the ministerial team has been mandated to ensure that the details of these tenders and contracts be made public.

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Meanwhile, EFF leader Julius Malema says the country must do away with the tender system.

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By: Lindelani Mbatha

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