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State capture inquiry: Sub-contractor justifies R21m pay day

State capture inquiry: Sub-contractor justifies R21m pay day Estelle Sat, 08/08/2020 - 05:44 Teaser Media Paragraphs File: Abel Manyike’s Ori Group was sub-contracted to do an assessment audit on 300,000 houses in Free State. Gallo JOHANNESBURG - A sub-contractor says he deserves the more than R20-million he pocketed. The state capture inquiry is this week probing an asbestos contract worth R255-million by the Free State government. Abel Manyike’s Ori Group is one of the companies that benefited from that tender. LIVESTREAM: State capture inquiry continues He was sub-contracted to do an assessment audit on 300,000 houses in Free State. He charged the provincial government over R20-million for the job. Manyike justifies the amount he charged, saying it was a reasonable fee based on the scope of work assigned to him. A sub-contractor says he deserves the more than R20-million he pocketed. The state capture inquiry is this week probing an asbestos contract worth R255-million by the Free State government. Abel Manyike’s Ori Group is one of the companies that benefited from that tender. #DStv403 pic.twitter.com/URvZ612tYy — eNCA (@eNCA) August 7, 2020


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