28.9.2020 01:34 pm
The SIU says the officials have been summonsed to pay back to the state an amount just below R30 million, in connection with PPE corruption in Gauteng.
The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has issued a summons to officials at the Gauteng department of health for them to pay back to the state an amount just below R30 million.
The DID will also make a submission to the provincial treasury for additional funding to finish the project.
Comments can be sent to the Western Cape government by 28 September.
The community of Hammanskraal are receiving medical services in tents and containers, while a newly built R124-million stands unused, due to squabbles between the Gauteng Provincial and Tshwane Metro governments.
ANC Gauteng secretary Jacob Khawe said the party told the president that it was in the government’s best interests for the party to reach finality on the cloud over her head before she returns to work.
In 2016, the monument had been was unveiled by former president Jacob Zuma with Sophie de Bruyn attending the event.
Nehawu held a protest outside the Union Buildings on Monday in a bid to get the president to respond to their demands submitted earlier this month.
Sisulu expects a report within 14 days of all outstanding invoices and applications of water use licences.
A draft legislative proposal, in the form of the bill, would revise the current admission of guilt fine ‘as provided for in the CPA’.
Van Loggerenberg said, however, he had no idea KPMG and Sars had been in these discussions until Friday, and raised concerns around those who were actually affected not having been involved.
‘While trying to come out as someone who is anti-corruption, the party internally is not so much aligned to his stance.’
According to Hawks spokesperson Lwando Zenzile, the man allegedly recruited people in Bisho and Zwelitsha to supply him with ID numbers which he provided to Sassa officials who then fraudulently created disability grants between August 2018 and September 2019.
Brink said while the plan is being rolled out, government has been silent on pressing issues in local government, including the electricity crisis in municipalities that are defaulting on their Eskom debt.
Dlamini-Zuma said adjusted transport and education protocols will be elaborated on by the relevant ministers soon.
Sefora ‘Sisi’ Ntombela’s office says media inquiries regarding the spending make ‘dangerously misleading’ claims that it held ‘parties’ using taxpayers’ money.