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Public Service Commission deputy director-general for monitoring and evaluation Irene Mathenjwa tabled the report. Photo: PSC
Public Service Commission deputy director-general for monitoring and evaluation Irene Mathenjwa tabled the report. Photo: PSC

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A lack of an IT system to track invoices, poor contract drafting, and a lack of capacity have been listed as some reasons some government departments have failed to pay over R4.1 million to suppliers as of June 30.

This is according to a report tabled by Public Service Commission deputy director-general for monitoring and evaluation Irene Mathenjwa to the parliament portfolio committee on public service and administration on Wednesday.

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