Paying R4.8m to a company for two months’ work and quadrupling the fees paid to a connected law firm — which also received R500,000 to design a PDF document — are among the allegations levelled against the new board of Daybreak Farms.

The company is wholly owned by the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), which is tasked with investing the pensions of government employees...

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