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Personally, Masuku feels he has the equipment to take on SIU and ...


Personally, Masuku feels he has the equipment to take on SIU and win

Lawyer for ex-Gauteng health MEC says findings against him are 'unlawful and unconstitutional'

Genevieve Quintal

Former Gauteng health MEC Bandile Masuku is confident he will fight off a Special Investigating Unit (SIU) report into Covid-19 tender corruption that led to his removal.

Masuku’s lawyer, Mojalefa Motalane, said on Sunday the SIU report was unlawful and unconstitutional. His comments came after the Sunday Times (https://www.timeslive.co.za/sunday-times/news/2020-10-25-ppe-fraud-findings-simply-garbage-says-former-mec-bandile-masuku/) reported at the weekend that Masuku had launched an urgent court application to set aside adverse findings against him..

“We have no doubt that, finally, a fair and impartial court of law will find in our client’s favour and grant our client the relief he seeks so that ... justice can be done and be seen to be done,” Motalane said...

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