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Hawks to investigate Komani stadium scandal


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.

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.

Squid Game

Mbalula said that the controversial project would not be scrapped and that an e-toll funding solution would be found. Learn more

Source: eNCA