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South African Post Office Denies Minister Interfered in R2.1 Billion E-commerce Platform Tender

The South African Post Office board has denied that Communications Minister Stella Ndaben-Abrahams interfered in a lucrative R2.1 billion e-commerce platform tender, the board’s chairman said on Tuesday.

Who can interfere in a lucrative R2.1 billion e-commerce platform tender?

South Africa’s Post Office has denied that the Minister of Communications, Nomvula Mokonyane interfered in its lucrative R2.1-billion e-commerce platform tender.

What is the South African Post Office claiming?

The South African Post Office claims that Minister of Communications, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, did not interfere in the process to award an R2.1 billion e-commerce platform tender. The post office says it welcomes any investigation and denies there was any wrongdoing on their part.

How do you stop someone from interfering in a lucrative R2.1 billion e-commerce platform tender scheme?

It’s not clear how to stop someone from interfering in this particular scheme. The “interference” could be in the form of bribery, corruption, or just tampering with the process in some way.

The Minister of Communications, Xolisa Mabhongo, has denied claims that he interfered in the R2.1 billion tender process for an e-commerce platform. The accusations were made by officials who attended a meeting on Thursday with Communications Minister Xolisa Mabhongo over the contest to supply an e-commerce platform. One of the officials said that Mabhongo had said he was “in charge” of the process and had overruled objections about limiting the bidder list to 10 companies.

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