The Northern Cape provincial government says all companies that were awarded tenders relating to the coronavirus pandemic are compliant with government’s requirements for companies doing business with the state.
Concerns were raised that some of the companies that appeared on the list that benefitted were not registered on the government’s Central Supplier Database or CSD.
The list issued by the provincial government indicated that almost R250 million was spent to fight the spread of the coronavirus in the province.
Spokesperson at the Premier’s office Bronwyn Thomas, “I can confirm that the companies that you have queried are all CSD registered and compliant. In terms of C Med that you have queried we can confirm that the company in terms of CSD is in the North West with a South African commercial bank account.”
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