Cover-up


Cover-up

There's a  squalid tender scandal the director-general of trade doesn't want you to know about.

In an explosive new twist to the Cipro/Valor IT tender scandal noseweek can reveal how a top official in the DTI has killed a high-level investigation ordered by Minister Rob Davies.

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Submitted by : Mike Turner of RANDBURG on 2010-04-30 12:08:10
And these filty bastards will doubtless now be re-deployed elsewhere, to wreak their particular brand of ANC affirmative action. Mike
 
Submitted by : Donovan Jackson of Weltevreden Park on 2010-04-29 13:16:16
Absolutely shameful. But, then, ANC is absolutely shameless.
 
Submitted by : Anthony Krijger of Westville on 2010-04-29 12:47:56
"in return for Valor IT winning the contract, 5% of the tender price (R7.65m) should be delivered to the coffers of the African National Congress."

There lies the rub. The ANC was perfectly honest when it launched its election slogan "Together we can DO more", so what can we expect

I'm willing to bet this will all end up being swept under that ever increasing carpet of Ministerial Travelgate, Zuma allegations, arms deal allegations, misappropriation of public funds, Shabir Shaik's imminent death etc.

Go on, anyone sharing half a brain cell, tell us otherwise!

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