The Limpopo municipality is in hot water after it paid a contractor more than 20 million rand for a road project that was allegedly left unfinished. Now, in light of this, the Ephraim Magale Local Municipality Council is divided over the lost funds, while opposition parties are calling for tougher action against those accused of corruption. The 3.2km road project in Muhook, outside Marble Hall, is more than 90% complete, but the contractor allegedly pocketed the entire contracted budget of 22 million rand and walked out before the project was completed. READ ALSO: Fraud allegations rock Sekuhune municipality amid agency probe This week…

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