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17 April 2017


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Yes, but why aren't those who overturned the correct tender procedures now not being held accountable? Funny how this has occurred immediately before a general election? Caretaker mode has let those responsible off the hook.

One can imagine someone who contributed to the mess the purchase and distribution of medical supplies is now in to just meekly say, 'Let's return to where we left off and try that again. After all it was working well before we messed it up for our own personal gain.'

Of course, after the election and there may be a new Health Minister, bureaucracy and a more favourable regime, we can always go back to what we know works for some at the expense of everyone else.

Ahem! Is there no one (aside from Dr Glen Mola), who is prepared to stand up and say what everyone knows actually happened?

Let's wait and see.

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