Mabuyane welcomed the announcement by the president on Thursday night of a proclamation to authorise the SIU to analyze wrongdoing and corruption within the public service
On Friday, Oscar Mabuyane, Jap Cape Premier referred to as on individuals who knew of any COVID-19 corruption in his province to return ahead and report it to the Particular Investigating Unit (SIU).
The President, Cyril Ramaphosa made an announcement on Thursday night of a proclamation to authorise the SIU to analyze wrongdoing and corruption within the public service.
This announcement was kindly welcomed by Oscar Mabuyane.
Mvusiwekhaya Sicwetsha, the premier’s spokesperson mentioned in an announcement:
“Premier Mabuyane calls on the folks of the Jap Cape province who may know of details about wrongdoing and corruption to make use of this chance to report back to the SIU in order that these concerned in such wrongdoing and corruption might be prosecuted.”
The province made headlines lately when it signed a controversial deal for 100 scooters for R10 million.
Sindiswa Gomba, Well being MEC mentioned they’d be used to ferry sufferers, to services, however Dr Zweli Mkhize, Well being Minister vetoed that plan, saying that the bikes weren’t appropriate to function ambulance.