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Administration folded around knuckles by Scopa on slowed down SIU tests.

Cape Town - Members of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts have approached the administration to act quickly on defilement after reports of the Special Investigating Unit have been lying in the administration for a really long time with no activity.

Scopa individuals said on Wednesday the examinations that were finished up last November, however over a year after the fact there were no results.

Scopa administrator Mkhuleko Hlengwa said they were miserable that following 13 months the administration has not followed up on the SIU reports.

Serve in the Presidency, Mondli Gungubele, said they were taking care of the matter.

He said he would meet with authorities from President Cyril Ramaphosa's office on the SIU reports.


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He said he has additionally drawn in with the SIU on these reports.

"The point I am here to make, respectable individuals, is that these reports you are talking about are generally managed by the President's office. Whatever we need to manage as the administration, it is the point at which it has been alluded by the president to us. Various occasions, the president would have alluded the report to an impacted division.

"It becomes significant that, in this way, which I need to acknowledge subsequent to talking about with the director (Hlengwa) that possibly us as the administration, we should have made proactive strides with the group of the president to really have a sense since we have an obligation to impart and an obligation to illuminate society," said Gungubele.

He said they ought not have looked out for this.

Gungubele likewise told individuals from the board of trustees that he needed to draw in the workplace of the president on how this matter would have been managed.

"In view of that, as we sit now, we get what the president is managing as primer advancement reports whether segments and expressions are executed in the greater plan of things. I say this in light of the fact that, at some stage, I drew in with the SIU, who gave me a thought that the last report will associate with December.

By then, one had trusted we would be conscious of that. The endeavor I made to the seat, which I make to the portfolio board assuming the council so reveled, is that I be permitted today to draw in the workplace of the president and be exhorted how this matter will be managed in light of the fact that once it is out of the workplace of the president, it is under my supervision," said Gungubele.

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