DIS' P30m systems-testing deal raises eyebrows

DIS director general, Peter Magosi at the BDP Kang Congress in April. PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES
DIS director general, Peter Magosi at the BDP Kang Congress in April. PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES

A South African-based company that the Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) engaged for procurement of services for the vulnerability assessment and penetration testing of the spy agency’s systems failed to deliver after pocketing about P28 million.

Kusi Consulting Services, owned by a South African citizen Ledwaba Siphiwe Leuba and a Zimbabwean Napoleon Kudakwashe Nyamunda, was awarded the tender in March 2019 and is yet to deliver, according to sources in intelligence circles.

The Tender Reference Number is SPADC 4/3/4/3/18-19 (V).  The total sum of the tender was about P58 million (USD5, 222, 821.04).

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