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Covid-19 corruption: SIU swoops on Tshwane metro, Gauteng education dept for alleged PPE graft

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SIU head Andy Mothibi in Parliament.
SIU head Andy Mothibi in Parliament.
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Homeless shelters, personal protective equipment, and contracts worth R120 million.

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) is probing the Tshwane Metro Municipality after allegations surfaced last month that a service provider inflated prices for personal protective equipment (PPE), while another allegedly hasn’t been paid in three months for delivering services.

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