Angie Rubbished Allegations that Husband Scored School Tender

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The Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga has denied allegations that her husband has scored school tender.
Angie Motshekga denied the allegations that her husband owns a company that provides schools with sanitizer

The Minister rubbished the allegations saying that all the allegations levied against her husband Dr Mathole Motshekga are just desperate rumours.
According to the education department they condemned all corruption within the public sector.The Department of Basic Education has issued a statement publishing the false news.
” The Minister would like to deny this and put on record that these are malicious rumours that must be ignored,Angie Motshekga, Dr Mathole and all their families are not involved in an procurement process involving Covid-19 tenders.”The Department of Basic Education has dismissed the allegations as ‘desperate lies’.The department highly praised Dr Mathole Motshekga as a long standing Member of Parliament and a respected individual.
“He spents his time reading, writing and giving local and international lectures on African Heritage Laws and Political Science. Dr Motshekga is also a member of Parliament serving as chairperson of the ad hoc committee is section 25 on expropriation of land.”
The Department of Basic Education also deal with rumours tha Dr Motshekga was earning money from selling books to schools.
“Further allegations that Kara Heritage Institute which Dr Motshekga founded sells books to school is a desperate lie.The institute is not a commercial business and has no interest whatsoever in making business with government, let alone the department of basic education.”It was highlighted that Minister Motshekga condemns corruption in all its forms, denouncing the attempt to link her to grant. “These allegations made against Dr Motshekga which attempt to link the Minister of Basic Education to corruption regarding Covid-19 tender procurement for sanitizers are desperate and far-fetched lies that should be ignored.”
The South African government have been facing corruption allegations of Covid-19 tender procurement as it fight the race against coronavirus.