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Twitter praises for Gauteng’s anti-corruption drive

Wednesday 7 December 2016 08:25

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 David Makhura says disciplinary proceedings have been instituted against 125 government officials allegedly involved in financial misconduct.

David Makhura says disciplinary proceedings have been instituted against 125 government officials allegedly involved in financial misconduct.(GautengGov)

Twitter users have welcomed the Gauteng Political Report delivered by Premier David Makhura in the Legislature in Johannesburg on Tuesday.

Makhura announced that disciplinary proceedings have been instituted against 125 government officials allegedly involved in financial misconduct.

Former Congress of South Africa Trade Union Secretary –General, Zwelinzima Vavi ‏says, “Listening to #GPPoliticalReport, good progress being registered. How I wish similar advances were made in all provinces.”

‏@maliez says, “I really hope 'Transparency' is not another umbrella-term to desensitize us #GPPoliticalReport.”

@Hlakes says, “We Are Accountable is the motto and the stance that the Gauteng Dept is taking to ensure that all matters are above board.”

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