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Fresh SAA tender scandal comes as Treasury stalls tabling reports

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Cape Town – The latest report of corruption at South African Airways (SAA), which allegedly saw an employee benefit financially after forging documents as part of a R13.6m tender, comes as Parliament’s oversight of the state-owned airline battles to gain sight of a variety of investigative reports.

That is according to Alf Lees, a Democratic Alliance (DA) Member of Parliament who sits on the Standing Committee on Finance, which has oversight of SAA.

“For six months the DA has been pursuing all possible avenues to ensure that a raft of forensic investigation reports into SAA are tabled in Parliament,” he said in a statement on Sunday.

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