President Cyril Ramaphosa says the government is looking into establishing special courts, similar to those set up for the 2010 Soccer World Cup, in a bid to tackle corruption allegations related to Covid-19 procurement.

Responding to questions in the National Assembly on Thursday, Ramaphosa said the state was also considering overhauling the tendering system, cutting out the so-called “tenderpreneurs”. The president said corruption allegations had caused much outrage among the public and MPs, and he himself was incensed...

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