Flights, food and flowers: How Lindiwe Sisulu spent human settlements, water and sanitation department's money

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Minister Lindiwe Sisulu
Minister Lindiwe Sisulu
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The Department of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation spent R161 million on travel expenditure, R60 million on flights, and R35 000 on flowers during the tenure of the previous minister, Lindiwe Sisulu.

This emerged in current Human Settlements Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi's response to a written parliamentary question from DA MP Emma Louise Powell who wanted details of the expenditure during Sisulu's tenure.

In August 2021, the department was separated from the human settlements department.

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