GCC caught with pants down in controversial P1.7billion tender

[Sunday Standard - Botswana] - 12/10/2020
KoGae Consortium – a multi-disciplinary conglomerate of local and international companies that put together a P1.7 billion bid to deliver the Gaborone Civic Park – has been left in the lurch with bills running into millions after Gaborone City Council (GCC) cancelled the billion Pula tender in a (...)
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