Kweneng launch whistle blowing policy

Rose Seretse
Rose Seretse

With the high incidents of corruption, the Kweneng District Council on Friday launched a whistle blowing policy.

Speaking at the Whistle Blowing Policy and Tip-off Anonymous service launch in Mogoditshane, the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) head Rose Seretse said Kweneng had not been cooperative.

“In 2010, the DCEC conducted a study focusing on KWDC procurement procedures. The findings of the study included among others, unnecessary purchases where materials will be bought and not used, deviation from procurement plans, split orders to avoid the threshold, repeated suppliers where same suppliers were the only ones dominating the council,” said the DCEC director.

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