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Report fingers Limpopo premier

2012-09-30 14:42

Johannesburg - Hawks spokesperson McIntosh Polela on Sunday refused to comment on media reports that Limpopo Premier Cassel Mathale was under investigation.

"We don't want to comment on unfounded allegations," Polela said.

The Sunday Independent reported that Mathale was being investigated by the Hawks for alleged irregularities in tenders awarded by provincial departments, including a R314m pharmaceutical tender.

Mathale's spokesperson, Mashadi Mathosa, told the paper the premier was not aware of the allegations.

"We cannot make comments on something that is unknown to us," she reportedly said.

On Tuesday, On-Point director Kagisho Dichabe, chief executive Lesiba Gwangwa, Makgetsi Manthatha and Helen Moreroa appeared in the Polokwane Magistrate's Court, on charges of corruption, fraud and money laundering.

They were granted bail of R40 000 each.

The Sunday Independent reported that Mathale could be accused alongside Manthatha.

Comments
  • joe.smit.549 - 2012-09-30 14:50

    \Roast\ him!

      squeegee.pilot - 2012-09-30 15:35

      Malema'a bumchum can join him in jail...

  • buti.lembe - 2012-09-30 15:12

    Finance is a gun and a triger is pulled by politian. It's not a suprise all politicians are the same.

      claudia.meads - 2012-09-30 16:45

      Indeed and the ANC is the bullet and the taxpayer is the victim...

  • osmaseko - 2012-09-30 15:18

    If these reports are TRUE, they are really on their way of bringing the Limpopo mafia down

  • JevonMarshallJohnson - 2012-09-30 15:46

    Whats the bet he is suspended WITH PAY for the next two years.

  • david.lebethe - 2012-09-30 16:56

    As Mangaung appears someone from the distance, we hear and see skeletons coming out from the cupboard. There is no doubts that daggers are out and will see more casualties.

  • joe.blogs.98837399 - 2012-10-01 00:37

    Appoint civil servants on merit and commitment to public service. Not deployed by political parties. Join our Class Action (lawsuit) against the South African government. http://www.endaffirmativeaction.co.za/

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