From art to pilchards, MPs declare their gifts and financial interests
MPs and ministers are obliged to make a declaration of their interests including gifts valued at R500 or more, properties, pensions and shares
From Rwandan art crafts and a pilchards hamper, to bottles of whiskey and wine and smartphones, those are just some of the gifts MPs declared in the 2019 register of members’ interest, the most recent record of parliamentarians’ financial interests.
The finalisation of the 800-page register was delayed due to the disruptions caused by Covid-19, which also affected the declarations for 2020...
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