Senzo Tsabedze feels vindicated. After facing corruption allegations and being exonerated, the CEO says he is ready to make further inroads into the lucrative fleet management sector.

Tsabedze was awarded a R1.2bn contract by the City of Joburg in November 2018. However, early in 2019 the metro instituted a forensic investigation following media reports about possible political influence in the awarding of his tender. The city later cleared Tsabedze of any wrongdoing...

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