‘We want to see Covid-19 looters in orange overalls’ – civil society organisations write to Ramaphosa

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The civil society groups said that government must make public its spending of the R500 billion stimulus package and that practical measures should be put in place to ensure all further expenditure of public funds, including the International Monetary Fund loan, were made public. Picture: GCIS
The civil society groups said that government must make public its spending of the R500 billion stimulus package and that practical measures should be put in place to ensure all further expenditure of public funds, including the International Monetary Fund loan, were made public. Picture: GCIS

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