CAPE TOWN - Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa has protected his specialization's choice to burn through R22 million on a banner venture.
Mthethwa showed up before the games, workmanship and culture portfolio panel on Tuesday.
His specialty likewise introduced a practicality concentrate on the improvement of the task.
Mthethwa's advising follows shock by associations like Cosatu, who scrutinized the designs to burn through R22 million on a public landmark banner undertaking.
However, Mthethwa shielded the choice, saying that the banner venture was not being inefficient and was important for his specialization's command.
"One of the orders of this office is to change the legacy scene among others, fabricate exhibition halls, assemble landmarks," the clergyman said.
Mthethwa said that the banner undertaking likewise denoted a break from imperialism and politically-sanctioned racial segregation.
"It conveys and embodies majority rule values," he said.
The division said that the banners and banner shafts would be built for an enormous scope and would celebrate the nation's set of experience
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