Contract That Crippled KZN Health Was Dumped At Last

A failed R2.5-billion tender awarded to a finance company – which has caused a chronic shortage of essential medical equipment, including oncology machines, at KwaZulu-Natal’s 300 government hospitals and clinics – has been set aside.

The judge ruled that the contract given in 2015 to Resultant Finance Pty Ltd to oversee the leasing of medical equipment was awarded unlawfully.

This was because the company did not comply with an important requirement of the tender.


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