The DA has laid a criminal charge against the Eastern Cape government for alleged tender irregularities relating to a R160m contract to procure 55,000 tablets and e-learning material for the province’s grade 12 pupils.

The provincial education department introduced the e-learning initiative to mitigate the disruption caused by Covid-19 on the school calendar by helping pupils catch up on their schoolwork through digital platforms...

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