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Ace Magashule: ‘I’ve never been involved in corruption’

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Beset African National Congress (ANC) secretary-general Ace Magashule has indeed denied being engaged with any questionable action, remembering for the multimillion rand asbestos delicate which was granted when he was Free State Premier. 


Magashule addressed the media outside the High Court in Bloemfontein on Tuesday, 19 October 2021, where his misrepresentation and defilement case was delayed to 3 November. He alongside over twelve co-blamed face a string for charges including extortion, tax evasion and debasement. 

Pro Magashule says case is politically spurred 

As well as disagreeing with the way that the case has been delayed, Ace Magashule likewise asserted what he generally has – that the charges are politically inspired. 

"According to general society, we are these bad individuals. I have never under any circumstance in my life been engaged with debasement and I won't ever be associated with defilement. So if it's not too much trouble, let equity assume its own position and its own time. However, we are begging the NPA, let them not play with the opinions of our kin." 

ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule 

Foundation: In 2014, the Free State human settlements office granted an agreement worth an astounding R255 million to two organizations – Diamond Hill and Blackhead Consulting. This was to review and survey houses for asbestos rooftops in the region. The undertaking involved investigating 300 000 minimal expense houses, but it would later be uncovered that basically no work was no done, regardless of the cash being paid. 

Here's the manner by which Ace Magashule squeezes into this embarrassment: At the time, he was as yet the area's head – he is asserted to have excused and acknowledged various satisfactions in the interest of others from Ignatius "Igo" Mpambani, the late proprietor of Diamond Hill Trading. Zit Consulting is possessed by Sodi. The installments complete over R1 million, including R300 000 for tablets and R53 000 towards the educational expenses for the little girl of an acting adjudicator.

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