Court sets aside over R100m water tender in EC

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Alfred Nzo District Municipality manager Zamile Sikhundla with mayor Sixolile Mehlomakhulu during a media briefing about a R300-million corruption case. Photo: Nomampondo Plaatjie
Alfred Nzo District Municipality manager Zamile Sikhundla with mayor Sixolile Mehlomakhulu during a media briefing about a R300-million corruption case. Photo: Nomampondo Plaatjie

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This after Tekoa Consulting Engineers took the municipality to court to challenge the awarding of the tender for the appointment of a panel of service providers for the planning, design and construction of a water services infrastructure grant (WSIG) funded project.

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