Mayor pays tribute to slain tenderpreneur and admits to receiving R5 000 from him

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The mayor said the businessman had not only been the best performer who had adhered to deadlines when his company was awarded tenders, but also a generous person. Photo: Madibeng Local Municipality/Facebook
The mayor said the businessman had not only been the best performer who had adhered to deadlines when his company was awarded tenders, but also a generous person. Photo: Madibeng Local Municipality/Facebook

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Ratloi, who was speaking at the funeral of slain tenderpreneur Kelly Sefolo last Saturday, said the businessman had not only been the best performer who had adhered to deadlines when his company was awarded tenders, but also a generous person.

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