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R14.8m paid to house Zondo commission

10.9.2019

R14.8m paid to house Zondo commission

Minister Patricia de Lille has revealed that R14.8m has been paid to a media company and property group for the housing of ...

“The total amount paid to date is R14837975.97,” she said.

“The lease agreements with Tiso Blackstar were signed for 12 months and have been extended for a further period of seven months. The lease agreement with Redefine was signed for three years,” she said.

Two months ago, a group calling itself Concerned South African Citizens added its voice to the matter, saying: “The commission could itself be captured, or be beholden to certain interest groups and financial commitments.”

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