The legislation to create a single overarching law to govern public procurement is only likely to be passed by parliament at the end of 2022, acting chief procurement officer Estelle Setan said in a Treasury webinar on Wednesday.

The Treasury still has to work through a mountain of public submissions, revise the bill, consult with stakeholders and get cabinet approval for the revised version of the bill, officials said during the webinar...

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