The Hawks has confirmed that it is taking over the investigation into the development of Komani’s so-called ‘stadium’.
Eastern Cape Hawks spokesperson, Yolisa Mgolodela, spoke about the case docket. Earlier this week, the EFF opened a case of corruption in Komani,
Against the leadership of the Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality. The party claims that there are glaring signs of money laundering and corruption in the project.
[ICYMI] The Hawks has confirmed to eNCA that it is now taking over the investigation into the development of Komani’s so-called ‘stadium’. #eNCA’s @TheRealClementM brings you more details on #DStv403 pic.twitter.com/eNsy5iAegj
— eNCA (@eNCA) October 8, 2021
The rather flimsy-looking Lesseyton Sports Field cost R15m but was tendered for R22m. According to local contractors, they were allegedly overlooked when the stadium was built.
In other news – Fikile Mbalula must go find his e-toll money elsewhere – AA
The Automobile Association (AA) has called recent remarks by Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula on e-tolls “disappointing and out of step with the sentiments of the majority of Gauteng motorists.
Mbalula said that the controversial project would not be scrapped and that an e-toll funding solution would be found. Learn more