Police on the seek for PPE dumpers

Police are on the seek for the culprits behind the dumping of a truckload of Covid-19 private protecting gear (PPE) alongside the Hannops River in Centurion over the weekend.

The police didn’t let any element out however assured the general public that they might get to the foundation of the matter.

Police spokesperson, Brigadier Mathapelo Peters, yesterday the police at Lyttleton SA Police Service are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident.

“There have been no earlier incidents of this nature to have been reported to the police.”

The police additionally interrogated the PPE supplying firms Promed Applied sciences, Medtex and Nitrile, whose names had been clearly marked on the disposed consignment.

Democratic Alliance Tshwane councillor Bronwyn Engelbrecht, has argued that some incriminating proof had been hidden in that incident

The Congress of South African Commerce Unions and the SA Communist Occasion, have referred to as on president Cyril Ramaphosa to have a firmer hand in coping with corruption.

The investigation of the multi-million-rand PPE authorities tenders remains to be ongoing with politically related people implicated within the scandal.

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