Ace Magashule’s sons in clear after SIU probe into R3 million PPE tenders

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Ace Magashule.
Ace Magashule.
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Suspended ANC secretary-general and former Free State premier Ace Magashule's two sons, Tshepiso Magashule and Thato Magashule, have been cleared of any wrongdoing by the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) following its investigations into the provincial government's personal protective equipment (PPE) procurement.

Motheko Projects (Pty) Ltd, whose sole director is Tshepiso Magashule, received a Free State provincial treasury contract to supply PPE to the value of R2.9 million. 

He eventually pocketed R1 092 500 after supplying surgical masks, and R1 200 000 after providing soap to the province. 

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