More scandalous Covid-19 contracts in Free State

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Mathabo Leeto, the former Free State MEC for Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation.  Picture: Tladi Moloi
Mathabo Leeto, the former Free State MEC for Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation. Picture: Tladi Moloi

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As government reels from the scandal of those connected to the ANC clinching lucrative Covid-19 tenders, City Press has learnt that a former MEC and the son of a Free State provincial government employee bagged tenders to fumigate and disinfect areas as per Covid-19 regulations.

Government took a bold step this week and released the list of companies that were awarded tenders to supply personal protective equipment (PPE) in each province, in an attempt to show transparency regarding the matter.

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