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South Africa launches new mega city

South Africa launches new mega city

AFRICAN MIRROR REPORTER PRETORIA, the capital of South Africa, is the site of the country’s brand new mega city, a R84-billion project that will have 50 000 units. The Mooikloof development, whose first phase will cost R30-billion, is being hoisted as an example of how the government and the private sector can collaborate in major infrastructure projects to enhance service delivery.  The project is expected to create 41 000 jobs.  South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, who officially launched the project, said once it is completed, the Mooikloof Mega City may end up becoming the world’s largest sectional property development, with…
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Tshwane’s multi-billion waste tenders scandal

Tshwane’s multi-billion waste tenders scandal

AFRICAN MIRROR REPORTER SEVERAL waste collection and management contracts, collectively worth more than R6-billion and irregularly awarded by the City of Tshwane (COT) to companies in which over 4000 employees, several politicians and union members have interests, are the subject of investigations by the Hawks. Investigations by The African Mirror have discovered a nine-year-old network, which used at least 22 companies to milk the COT for the past 11 years and has been the subject of three forensic probes. The forensic investigators submitted reports with recommendations that the city must cancel the contracts, suspend, take action against those implicated and…
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