Last week, it was reported that the border was vandalised and poles have been allegedly stolen.
Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure Patricia de Lille requested the auditor-general of South Africa to audit the Beitbridge Border Fence procurement process on Tuesday.
“I’ve written to the auditor-general of South Africa, Kimi Makwetu, to request that his workplace conduct an pressing impartial audit into the emergency procurement and implementation process of the 40km Beitbridge border fence venture between South Africa and Zimbabwe,” De Lille in an announcement.
De Lille mentioned on account of the Covid-19 lockdown, the division of defence and veterans, whose mandate it was to safe South Africa’s borders, then requested that her division as a matter of urgency to restore and substitute a 40km part of the Beitbridge Border Post Fence, which was recognized because the hotspot.
“In the spirit of transparency and accountability, I’m asking the auditor-general to instantly start with an exterior audit of the process adopted by the division of public works and infrastructure when it comes to the 40km Beitbridge Border Fence Project,” she mentioned.
Last week, it was reported that the border it was vandalised and poles have been allegedly stolen.
(Compiled by Molefe Seeletsa)
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