ANC agent Pule Mabe has been directly caught by the SIU in the Gauteng government's 'inconsistent' R27m waste picking contract.
Pule Mabe, Kodwa's substitution as ANC turn trained professional, is under the spotlight over a dark R27m contract the Gauteng cultivating and common improvement division accommodated an association called Enviro Mobi in 2017.
Mabe made Enviro Mobi, at this point he later quit as a boss and left it to his cousin to run, in spite of the way that he clearly kept the significant secured development rights.
Pretty much, the course of action was that Enviro Mobi would give 58 waste pickers in the Ekurhuleni region with 200 three-wheeler tuk-tuks, known as karikis.
Mabe isn't the primary ANC part who has been engaged with late experiences of debasement. Past delegate of president Cyril Ramaphosa was suspended for as far as anyone knows being related with the PPE shame that in like manner included her late companion and past MEC of Health in Gauteng, Bandile Masuku.
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