Renowned forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan to lead parallel probe into PPE corruption

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Well-known forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan has been enlisted to probe allegations of rampant corruption linked to Covid-19 personal protective equipment (PPE) in Gauteng.

Darryl Furman & Associates Attorneys has, according to its statement released on Tuesday, “been appointed by various to review the PPE procurement process implemented in Gauteng province pursuant to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic”.

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