It has taken nearly four years to get to this point, but AfriBusiness has succeeded in halting a payment of R950 million from the city to PEU.
Judgement with costs was handed down in favour of AfriBusiness who argued that the contract did not adhere to proper tender and procurement procedures as prescribed by the Constitution and procurement legislation.
Initially the application was brought against both the City of
Law and Policy Analyst at AfriBusiness Armand Greyling, “We are extremely satisfied with the outcome in court today. The City of
“As a business rights organisation we will continue to pursue a free market business environment and will also continue to fight matters where there is clear fruitless, wasteful and irregular expenditure by the state,” says Armand Greyling.”
- BUSINESS REPORT ONLINE