State-owned bus company allegedly dishes out millions for internal services

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One service provider was allegedly paid in cash, debit orders and advance payments at the same time in one of several multimillion-rand irregular contracts signed by state-owned bus company Great North Transport (GNT) in Limpopo. Picture:  Joshua Sebola Photo by
One service provider was allegedly paid in cash, debit orders and advance payments at the same time in one of several multimillion-rand irregular contracts signed by state-owned bus company Great North Transport (GNT) in Limpopo. Picture: Joshua Sebola Photo by

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One service provider was allegedly paid in cash, debit orders and advance payments at the same time in one of several multimillion-rand irregular contracts signed by state-owned bus company Great North Transport (GNT) in Limpopo.

This was revealed in a damning March 2018 report written to Limpopo Premier Stan Mathabatha by Mampe Gololo, the former chief financial officer of the financially embattled GNT.

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