R1.3m paid for 'ghost' call centre

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A troubled Free State municipality has been accused of fruitless and wasteful expenditure after R1.3m was paid to a company to establish a call centre which does not exist. penwelld YoliswaSobuwa

A troubled Free State municipality has been accused of fruitless and wasteful expenditure after R1.3m was paid to a company to establish a call centre which does not exist.

Maluti-a-Phofung municipality in QwaQwa paid R1.3m to Dots Design Agency but six months later, there is nothing to show for it...If you have already registered or subscribed, please sign in to continue.

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