Will Ramaphosa fire De Lille?

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The long stretch of fence runs along the eastern side of the border between South Africa and Zimbabwe. Picture: Leon Sadiki
The long stretch of fence runs along the eastern side of the border between South Africa and Zimbabwe. Picture: Leon Sadiki

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President Cyril Ramaphosa is being urged to act “decisively” against Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure Patricia de Lille for her alleged meddling in administrative duties through “personally and indirectly” exerting undue influence in her department’s procurement processes.

Senior ANC members who spoke to City Press said the party had come out strongly against corruption, recommending that those who had been accused of it step aside and face disciplinary action.

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