Scopa mulls inquiry into 'extremely serious' corruption allegations at DBSA

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Bantu Holomisa has told the Scopa that politically exposed individuals are accessing funding at the DBSA and the reconstitution of the DBSA board was to get rid of whistle-blowers. Photo: Tebogo Letsie, City Press
Bantu Holomisa has told the Scopa that politically exposed individuals are accessing funding at the DBSA and the reconstitution of the DBSA board was to get rid of whistle-blowers. Photo: Tebogo Letsie, City Press
Foto: Tebogo Letsie, City Press

The Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) is toying with the idea of a parliamentary inquiry or intensive committee hearings to get to the bottom of what is happening at one of the country's biggest state financiers, the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA).

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