The expelled ANC Youth League president, Julius Malema is now expected to hand himself over to the police on Wednesday. He is accused of alleged fraud relating to a tender awarded to EduSolutions in 2010, his Ratanang Family Trust and its shareholding in On-Point Engineering, a company that had allegedly made millions of rand from Limpopo government tenders.
Meanwhile, EduSolutions says there's no link between it and a warrant issued for the arrest of Malema.
The company's executive director Mateli Mpuntsha says he's surprised by a report linking Malema to a corruption investigation into a tender awarded to the company in 2010.
Mpuntsha has refuted any alleged professional or personal relationship with Malema. Mpuntsha has also stressed that the company has never been approached by the anti-corruption task team in relation to the matter.
EduSolutions was the company tasked with supplying textbooks to Limpopo schools. It has been embroiled in controversy arising from the late delivery of the textbooks this year.
Earlier this year, the Presidency dismissed allegations that linked EduSolutions to President Jacob Zuma's RDP Education Trust as “baseless and unfortunate.”