The Western Cape provincial government has published a report detailing all personal protective equipment (PPE) procurement and expenditure in the province, amid a spike in corruption allegations relating to Covid-19 contracts in other provinces.

Western Cape MEC for finance and economic opportunities, David Maynier, said on Thursday the first procurement disclosure report details all PPE procurement and expenditure by the Western Cape government departments from April 1 to June 30. Each transaction included details such as the name of the supplier, a description of the item, the unit price per item and the total spent. (Read the procurement report here. (

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