Justice department cancels R2 billion security tender

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The department of justice and constitutional development cancelled the tender because several senior officials allegedly interfered with the process. Photo: Blanchi Costela/Getty Images
The department of justice and constitutional development cancelled the tender because several senior officials allegedly interfered with the process. Photo: Blanchi Costela/Getty Images

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After advertising the tender in February, the department received 165 bid proposals, but disqualified several companies after several stages of the bid process.

City Press has learnt that the tender was cancelled because several senior officials on the bid committees allegedly interfered with the process to favour their preferred companies.

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