National Treasury blows R900 million on consultants to help struggling municipalities

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Treasury has denied allegations that director-general Dondo Mogajane backdated the approval of the implementation and management for the MFIP II and MFIP III to allow for the condonation. Picture: Getty Images
Treasury has denied allegations that director-general Dondo Mogajane backdated the approval of the implementation and management for the MFIP II and MFIP III to allow for the condonation. Picture: Getty Images

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National Treasury has spent more than R900 million on a programme in which specialised skills advisers support struggling municipalities countrywide, but the continued regression of audit outcomes raises questions about whether the expenditure leads to value for money.

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