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Public Enterprises Acting Director-General Kgathatso Tlhakudi told MPs that many state owned companies are in financial distress Photo: Misheck Makora
Public Enterprises Acting Director-General Kgathatso Tlhakudi told MPs that many state owned companies are in financial distress Photo: Misheck Makora

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As questions over stability in the department of public enterprises begin to pile up, spokesperson Richard Mantu says the leaked information was “a misrepresentation and diversion of the facts at hand”.

“The department is concerned about the leaking of distorted departmental information and is taking [legal] advice on serious action that should be taken against the perpetrators,” said Mantu this week.

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