The EFF said that they will take their allegations of mass corruption by the Gauteng health MEC to court, along with his wife Loyiso.
PPE payments received by Ledla Structural Development amounting to R80 million bare a concerning resemblance to the tender issued to Diko.
Presidency spokesperson Khusela Diko and Gauteng Health MEC Bandile Masuku have been linked to a multimillion rand PPE tender scandal and a further underhanded political fundraising campaign.
The have been 67 officials prosecuted since 2006, and only nine of those ended up in convictions for municipal fraud.
The tenders were altered to ‘just under the ceiling price’ which granted its approval from provincial Treasury.
A tough one for Major General Noel Ndhlovu to explain.
11 years later and the Dihlabeng municipality has yet to deliver houses to the Bethlehem community.
The overall National and Provincial audit has, once again, demonstrated government’s lack of responsibility.
The paper trail does not lie.
Well, it all makes sense now.
The turntables are about to stop spinning for this government official.
Who is this man, and why is he surrounded by private security in military uniform?
Nationwide reports of corruption are dropping everywhere except in the Gauteng province.
We wish this was an April fool’s joke… alas.
“Hey big spender! Forge that tender!”
An expose by the Sunday Times has shed some light on SA’s high commissioner to the UK, Obed Mlaba, and just what he’s reportedly been getting up to over there.
Imagine a world where you buy something with taxpayer’s money, without making sure that it’ll actually work; then you realise you’re an idiot and decide you’re going to ask for all that money back.
Next week, the trial of Julius Malema will begin in the Limpopo Province capital. More than 3000 Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters are expected to show their support for Malema, colloquially known as Juju, starting with a night vigil on the eve of the trial