Premiers and ministers will have to provide information about tenders awarded during SA’s state of disaster to a committee of ministers appointed to look into allegations of corruption, the presidency said on Thursday.

The cabinet decided on Wednesday to appoint the committee to deal with the allegations associated with SA’s response to the coronavirus pandemic...

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