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Court Cancels Mpumalanga's R2bn Tender After Expose

Mpumalanga community safety MEC Vusi Shongwe

The High Court sitting in Mbombela, Mpumalanga has requested that a R2-billion security delicate granted to 17 organizations to monitor all administration structures in the region should be dropped.

The court said the honor of the delicate to organizations - which the Sunday Independent, a fortnight back, detailed were claimed by friends and intermediaries of certain authorities and legislators in the territory - was "unavoidably invalid".

The request by the High Court on Thursday comes after three of the terrible bidders took the commonplace Department of Safety, Security and Liaison to court guaranteeing, that the granting of the delicate was sporadic.

The Sunday Independent announced fourteen days prior that some terrible bidders blamed MEC Vusi Shongwe and the acting top of the division, Godfrey Ntombela, of purportedly taking hush-money and gifts from the effective bidders to impact the granting of the multibillion-rand delicate.

They guarantee the two men purportedly got pay-offs stuffed in sports sacks from a portion of the heads of the organizations granted the delicate.

They further case a portion of the pay off exchanges were recorded on camera.

Another source likewise guarantees that a finance manager addressing five fruitful bidders in the delicate supposedly gave Shongwe a games sack loaded down with R2.5 million in real money. Shongwe and Ntombela neglected to answer questions sent straightforwardly to them.

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