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Johannesburg Corruption: Officials lament lack of significant progress on investigations into allegations of corruption at key city entities

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Geoff Makhubo.
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The City of Johannesburg has seemingly made no significant progress into allegations of corruption at two key entities, the Johannesburg Property Company (JPC), and the Johannesburg Market (JM) managing a portfolio to the tune of billions of rand.

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