NPA Wants Those Involved In Nelson Mandela Funeral Scandal To Answer To Their Actions
By Mthwakazi | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 2 views
Sindiswa Gomba and others who are involved in the Nelson Mandela Funeral Scandal should face the music, it is said that about 10 million of funds were misused now these officials are facing corruption charges. It has been 7 years since these officials has been accussed but there is no action that has been taken yet, there is too much corruption in the ruling party. No one is innocent they are not even ashamed to misuse funeral funds, Nelson Mandela must be turning in his grave.
Eastern Cape is the worst Province when it comes to corruption especially in tenders that is why there is no progress. Those who are found guilty of corruption should step down and be charged and pay back the money. The ruling party officials are not even ashamed they are always accused of corruption and thet keep on doing it over and over again. Chances for Eastern Cape to be a developed province are very slim if these people are not punished.
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