ConCourt rules in favour of BCM on R74m contract


A long-standing legal wrangle between the Buffalo City Municipality (BCM) and a Western Cape-based construction and engineering company, Asla, over a controversial tender contract has ended with the Constitutional Court ruling the contract was “unlawful”. The Duncan Village Redevelopment Initiative, reportedly worth R1bn and meant to develop 3,000 houses in Duncan Village, was rubber-stamped in 2009.

This article is reserved for DispatchLIVE subscribers.

A subscription gives you full digital access to all our content.

Already subscribed? Simply sign in below.

Already registered on HeraldLIVE, BusinessLIVE, TimesLIVE or SowetanLIVE? Sign in with the same details.

Questions or problems? Email or call 0860 52 52 00.