An investigation by a law firm has let deputy president Paul Mashatile off the hook for alleged wrongdoing regarding millions of rand in loans the Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) advanced to a company owned by his son-in-law Nceba Nonkwelo.

However, it was scathing of governance shortcomings at the entity and the conduct of the board of trustees for its “reckless” and “arbitrary” conduct over alleged failure to conduct due diligence on the viability of projects applying for funding...

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