The probe will include a number of bodies involved in Nelson Mandela’s funeral ©Sports Inc/PA Images
The probe will include a number of bodies involved in Nelson Mandela’s funeral ©Sports Inc/PA Images

Ramaphosa orders inquiry into 'irregular procurement'

South Africa president Cyril Ramaphosa has ordered investigators to look into “serious irregularities in relation to procurement” at a number of public bodies.

Included among the targets are a number of bodies named in the Public Protector’s 2017 report into spending surrounding the funeral of former president Nelson Mandela in the Eastern Cape in 2013.

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