Public protector must check all Oakbay records

2016-04-26 06:00

THE DA should apply urgently to the high court to block the sale of Oakbay and other company assets and shares owned by the Guptas, Duduzane Zuma or any other beneficiaries, until the public protector has thoroughly checked each tender, contract, mineral right or any other thing of value awarded to them by the government over the past 20 years. Once the money has gone overseas, it will be difficult to retrieve. The public protector and the Hawks have already investigated Julius Malema’s On-Point Engineering and Ratanang Family Trust in terms of receiving tenders from the Limpopo Provincial Roads and Transport Department. What has become of these reports and why was Malema not criminally charged for corruption and tax evasion?

Malema should not be allowed to lead the charge against the corrupt ANC when he himself is corrupt and stole from the taxpayer.


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