Lotteries beneficiary tries to stop SIU investigation

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After years of remaining dormant and changing directors, an NPO suddenly received R27.5 million from the National Lotteries Commission. Picture: Daily Sun
After years of remaining dormant and changing directors, an NPO suddenly received R27.5 million from the National Lotteries Commission. Picture: Daily Sun

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The argument that neither Ramaphosa nor Lamola had the power to order an investigation into an NPO or the personal lives of the directors of such an organisation was submitted in an exchange of letters last week between the SIU and Liesl Moses, a director of Denzhe Primary Care.

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