The Treasury must address issues raised by a Zondo commission report and a ruling by the Constitutional Court before it publishes the draft Public Procurement Bill, finance minister Enoch Godongwana said in parliament on Thursday.

The draft bill, which aims to codify the entire government procurement process, was initially scheduled to be published with Wednesday’s national budget but was held back by these two developments, Godongwana told members of four parliamentary committees before a budget briefing by Treasury officials...

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