WBHO grilled on 23 violations of Competition Act

2013-11-13 16:40

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WBHO chairperson Mike Wylie said the construction industry was being “unfairly treated” and explained away some of the collusion in the construction cartel, arguing that the bids were still at market-related prices and the clients were not adversely affected.

This happened with numerous roads projects built for the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral), as City Press reported in July this year.

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