Corruption in SA: Businessman's fight to recover his 'bribe' money

A businessman is demanding a refund on a bribe he paid for a tender he didn't get.

2020-08-15 09:01:00 AM

A North West businessman is demanding a refund on a bribe he paid for a tender he didn't get

A businessman is demanding a refund on a bribe he paid for a tender he didn't get.

A North West businessman wants his bribe money back.#DStv403JOHANNESBURG - A North West businessman wants his bribe money back.In 2015, he says he was told to pay a so-called marketing fee to a middleman who claimed he had influence at the Rustenburg Local Municipality.

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READ:The man claimed he’d make sure the tender process was just a formality.Now, the businessman fears for his safety.READ:This case isn’t unique. It’s happening everywhere.The only thing that changes is the amount of money involved.* eNCA reporter Michael Appel filed an exclusive report. Watch the video above.

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