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Gauteng's Covid-19 tenders: A look at the companies paid millions for goods and services

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Several companies paid millions by the Gauteng provincial government for Covid-19 supplies were previously registered on the central supplier database (CSD) to provide good and services that have no apparent link to the health sector.

Gauteng released its Covid-19 Expenditure Disclosure Report, a 30-page document consisting mainly of vendor lists and the amounts they were paid for goods and services.

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