Director-general Mbulelo Tshangana stated the division had already taken motion, opening 21 circumstances with the police.
The director-general of the division of human settlements, water and sanitation, Mbulelo Tshangana, says the division has written to parliament to condone R10 billion of its R16 billion irregular expenditure.
Tshangana was talking at a briefing on Wednesday to offer an replace on alleged fraud and corruption inside the division.
However, this will solely be finished if it exhibits it has taken motion in opposition to these chargeable for the irregular expenditure and that consequence administration could be proven to have been finished by the division.
Tshangana stated the division had already taken motion, opening 21 circumstances with the police.
He added 138 officials have been discovered responsible, of which 11 had been at administration degree.
Tshangana stated 86 had been made up of common employees and center administration, whereas 16 officials had been discovered not responsible.
This was a sign that forensic investigators had been doing a superb job, he added.
Tshangana stated 13 individuals had been dismissed, whereas some had been demoted, issued with a warning letter or suspended for one to a few months with out pay.
He added the controversial Amatola Water within the Eastern Cape and Lepelle Northern Water in Limpopo had been put below “government caretaker association”, saying the choice was taken to make sure stability within the governance of the 2 organisations.
Issues inside the organisations centred on irregular expenditure in addition to fruitless and wasteful expenditure, Tshangana stated.
“In truth, we should always have put them below administration from Day One.”
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