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The SIU Has Released An Official Statement To The Public

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has cautioned that it wouldn't hold back to pursue overseers of exchanged organizations, that were found to have acted in a bad way and unpredictably scored government contracts toward the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.

SIU head advocate Andy Mothibi told the Portfolio Committee on Human Settlements that, generally speaking, project workers saw as at fault for such anomalies sell their organizations, demonstrating that they most likely don't have resources for the SIU to recuperate.

"We will track down the overseers of those organizations and attempt to recuperate from the actual chiefs. You will once in a while find an organization has been exchanged, however similar chiefs creep up in another organization. There is even a lawful cycle where we can apply for those chiefs to be considered delinquent," Mothibi said.

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