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Energy Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi. (File photo: Nasief Manie)
Energy Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi. (File photo: Nasief Manie)

Cape Town - The Department of Energy is considering laying criminal charges against those involved in the sale of strategic fuel stocks by the Strategic Fuel Fund (SFF), MPs have heard.

New Energy Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi on Tuesday said her department's probe into the SFF's attempts to buy assets in the country from Chevron is heading for criminal action.

The energy department's report has not yet revealed where the money went, but it does show that a certain individual benefited from the sale.

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