Nelson Mandela Bay mayor Mongameli Bobani laughed hysterically as a reporter asked him about the raid on his office and home on Tuesday. Bobani said he would have a media conference at noon to speak on the matter. "There will be no further comment‚" he said. Bobani's office and home were raided by the Hawks on Tuesday in the presence of his legal representatives. In the swoop‚ the Hawks seized cellphones and a laptop belonging to Bobani's wife. It was the second raid in six months. In October‚ the Hawks seized documents‚ cellphones and laptops in another probe linked to the Integrated Public Transport System. Bobani's attorney‚ Danie Gouws‚ confirmed that the raid this week stemmed from the Milongani forensic report. The Milongani draft report by PwC details allegations of tender rigging‚ fraud and collusion by officials in the municipality's public health department. The company‚ Milongani Eco-Consulting‚ received R25.6m for environmental management services. The probe found that a...

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