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PPE supplier challenges Special Tribunal’s power to impose R38M sanction

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The Special Investigating Unit argued that the concourt should not entertain a cynical attempt to claw back the millions made in the scandal. (Oupa Nkosi/M&G)

The constitutional court on Tuesday heard argument that a R38-million forfeiture order granted against Ledla Structural Development after the Gauteng personal protective equipment (PPE) contract was found unlawful should fall away because the Special Tribunal lacked the standing of a court of law.

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