GroundUp: MPs demand update on SIU’s overdue Lottery probe

GroundUp: MPs demand update on SIU’s overdue Lottery probe

2021-12-08 03:53:00 PM

GroundUp: MPs demand update on SIU’s overdue Lottery probe

MPs demand update on SIU’s overdue Lottery probe By Raymond Joseph

0DA’s Mat Cuthbert says the Special Investigation Unit has already missed a deadline given by the President.Members of Parliament have asked that the Special Investigation Unit give a detailed progress report on its investigations into alleged corruption and maladministration involving the National Lotteries Commission (NLC).

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The decision was taken on Tuesday during a meeting of the Parliament’s Trade, Industry and Competition Committee when it decided on its programme for 2022.The committee, which has oversight of the NLC, instructed its secretariat to contact the SIU to schedule a date in the first quarter of next year.

Democratic Alliance MP Mat Cuthbert said that the SIU had not met timelines set out in aresponseby President Cyril Ramaphosa in May to a written parliamentary question. “Due to the large number of matters identified for investigation, the SIU has divided the investigation into phases,” Ramaphosa said in his May response. “The first phase, consisting of 14 investigation focus areas, is likely to be completed by 30 June 2021. The second and final phase of the investigation is likely to be completed by 31 December 2021.” headtopics.com

The first deadline has not been met, while the second is due in just over three weeks.

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