City of Johannesburg to act on those implicated in internal Covid-19 investigation report

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Geoff Makhubo, City of Joburg mayor.
Geoff Makhubo, City of Joburg mayor.
Deaan Vivier

The latest: City of Johannesburg municipal manager Ndivhoniswani Lukhwareni has been ordered to act decisively against those implicated in personal protective equipment (PPE) related corruption.

Implementation: Mayor Geoff Makhubo said Lukhwareni must implement recommendations of the report of an investigation into procurement of PPE between 15 and 31 March.

What happened: On Thursday, the council held its 43rd extraordinary council meeting, where the final report of the phase 1 internal audit of Covid-19 related procurement was presented.


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