Treasury’s R900m consultant bill: In the end the buck stops with Mogajane

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Dondo Mogajane. Picture: Getty Images
Dondo Mogajane. Picture: Getty Images

ANALYSIS

National Treasury director-general Dondo Mogajane has received support from sympathisers following the City Press revelations this weekend that his department spent R900 million over the years on consultants to support struggling municipalities, but with very little impact to show.

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