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Public Procurement Bill Could Be Table This Year

CAPE TOWN - Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana said that the long-postponed Public Procurement Bill could be postponed in Parliament during this monetary year.

The Bill is planned to reinforce the straightforwardness and proficiency of the acquirement of labor and products by the public authority, which runs into many billion rands every year.

Godongwana confronted calls by resistance speakers to quick track the Bill while postponing the Treasury's spending plan in Parliament on Wednesday.

"We got more than 4,000 entries on the overhauled Public Procurement Bill and these have all been considered alongside the proposals by the few ongoing commissions of request. Discussions with Nedlac initiated on May 6 as the Bill advances towards postponing in Parliament this monetary year," he said.

Billions have been guided from state money vaults over years, because of acquirement anomalies across government and individuals from Parliament are restless throughout the timeframe finishing the draft legislation is taking.

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