David Mabuza in China: Presidency silent on whether it paid for ANC trip | News24

Records show a confusing picture of an official trip to China by Deputy President David Mabuza, and whether taxpayers footed the bill for an ANC study tour. | @CowansView

2020-08-15 09:36:00 AM

Records show a confusing picture of an official trip to China by Deputy President David Mabuza, and whether taxpayers footed the bill for an ANC study tour. | CowansView

Deputy President David Mabuza's office has ignored requests to provide an explanation for a trip to China in late 2019, which appears to have been a mix between state and ANC business.

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