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SAPS rental tender: Plebian Properties won multimillion-rand contract after 'informal' talks, SIU argues

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The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) wants a company that was awarded a tender to provide office rental space and undercover parking to the South African Police Service (SAPS) to pay back more than R28 million.

The lease agreement was concluded between the national minister in the public works department and Plebian Properties.

The SIU now seeks to review the contract, saying that the lease agreement was renewed several times with no formal procurement process.

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