Scorpions called in over Ekurhuleni land swap

Scorpions called in over Ekurhuleni land swap Developer offered property that wasn't his in exchange for council's prime real estate, says activist

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Submitted by : Adrian Farrar on 2012-05-02 15:16:24
Why did you guys, Noseweek, drop this ball when is was your game to get total disclosure, sensational news and possibly force high-up prosecutions ? It now has ended up as the mother of all fuck-ups and the same old (if not increased) copious amounts of bull-shit being dished out by some of the same people. To this very day the status quo remains the same, so what did you achieve ----nothing! Where was your follow up?

Fucking disgusted!


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