Johannesburg - The government is clamping down on tender fraud and corruption worth billions of rand by introducing a law that will regulate tenders.
Director-general in the National Treasury Dondo Mogajane told MPs on Thursday the Public Procurement Bill was now before Cabinet.
He said once the Cabinet had gone through it, it would be released for public comment.
This was one of the measures that the government was employing to deal with tender fraud, Mogajane said.
President Cyril Ramaphosa recently announced that the Special Investigation Unit wanted to recoup R14.7billion in stolen public funds.