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Cosatu calls former DA leader Tony Leon’s drought communications contract corruption

CAPE TOWN, January 16  – The Western Cape branch of the Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) on Tuesday said the contract worth R650,000 given to former Democratic Alliance leader Tony Leon’s company by the City of Cape Town to communicate information on the drought afflicting the city was morally corrupt, even if it passed […]

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