Pule Mabe’s R27m tuk-tuk tender doesn’t add up
The ANC spin doctor is under the spotlight over a contract the Gauteng agriculture & rural development department gave to a company called Enviro Mobi in 2017
Being the mouthpiece for politicians is clearly a risky business.
Since November 2004, when ANC spokesperson Smuts Ngonyama, defending a windfall for his part in a Telkom empowerment deal, said he “did not struggle to be poor”, it seems as if a generation of his successors has been striving to live up to that ethos...
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