Ace Magashule’s pals score big

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Millions of rands worth of PPE tenders have been awarded to companies and individuals with ties to the ANC’s secretary-general. Picture: Reuters
Millions of rands worth of PPE tenders have been awarded to companies and individuals with ties to the ANC’s secretary-general. Picture: Reuters

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As outrage grows over allegedly corrupt personal protective equipment (PPE) tenders, City Press can reveal that, in the Free State, they were not only handed to ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule’s sons, but also to a number of people who are his close allies in the province

Whistle-blowers have told City Press that a number of people associated with Magashule continue to benefit from contracts awarded by the current administration, mainly staffed by the former Free State premier’s associates.

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