'Considerable progress' has been made in catching alleged Covid-19 looters, says Mabuza

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Deputy President David Mabuza (Jan Gerber, News24)
Deputy President David Mabuza (Jan Gerber, News24)

Deputy President David Mabuza says there is "no doubt" the government has made progress in apprehending those alleged to have been involved in acts of maladministration and corrupt activities.

Over 700 companies are under investigation for tender irregularities linked to personal protective equipment (PPE) contracts, amounting to over R7.5 billion.

According to Mabuza, the government will continue to provide the necessary support to law enforcement agencies by availing them with the resources they need to function optimally.

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