Secrecy surrounds R80 million in Lottery funding for sports project

Politically connected businessman Solly Siweya pops up again.

2021-12-09 11:57:00 AM

Politically connected businessman Solly Siweya pops up again.

Politically connected businessman Solly Siweya pops up again.

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It's a well known fact that the lotteries commission is a laundry for the anc crime syndicate.

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