New Wonderboom fixers hail from the realm of state capture

New Wonderboom fixers hail from the realm of state capture

Airport has no budget for trio’s R12 million consultancy fee.

Tshwane Metro is scrambling to find R12 million not budgeted for, to pay yet another consultant appointed to help Wonderboom National Airport “return to financial viability”.

Professional Aviation Services (Pty) Ltd (PAS), the private entity that had managed the airport for the past two years, parted company with Wonderboom at the end of last month.

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Submitted by : Brett Van Bergen of pretoria on 2020-01-16 13:10:22
They could have sorted out most of Wonderboom Airport's problems with that R12,000,000- consultancy's fee!


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