Jacob Mamabolo appointed acting-Gauteng Health MEC

Jacob Mamabolo appointed acting-Gauteng Health MEC

Jacob Mamabolo appointed acting-Gauteng Health MEC

JOHANNESBURG – Gauteng Health MEC Bandile Masuku will take a leave of absence for at least four weeks pending investigations in corruption allegations, according to the Gauteng Premier.

READ: Dikos release statement denying tender corruption

Premier David Makhura announced on Thursday that Masuku would be placed on leave until the investigation into a controversial deal between the province and amaBhaca King Madzikane II Thandisizwe Diko.

Two tenders, amounting to a R125-million bill, were awarded to Royal Bhaca, a company owned by presidential spokesperson, Khusela Diko’s husband.

READ: Diko, Masuku to be subjected to Integrity Committee

Makhura said he is disappointed that one of his top-performing MECs is being accused of corruption.

Transport MEC Jacob Mamabolo will be acting in the position of Health MEC for the next four weeks.

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