Vaccine rollout: Mabuza explains why it's better to have fewer buyers, suppliers involved

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Deputy President David Mabuza answering questions in the NCOP. (File, Jan Gerber, News24)
Deputy President David Mabuza answering questions in the NCOP. (File, Jan Gerber, News24)

Deputy President David Mabuza says creating more opportunities for local businesses in the government's Covid-19 vaccine rollout may open the door for "political compromises and tender manipulation".

According to Mabuza, having fewer suppliers and buyers involved in the vaccine programme will prevent bribes and kickbacks.

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