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PSA welcomes High Court decision on Beitbridge fence construction

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PSA welcomes High Court decision on Beitbridge fence construction

22nd January 2024

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The Public Servants Association (PSA) welcomes the decision by the High Court, ordering the two construction companies responsible for building the Beitbridge fence, to pay back their profits.
 
This landmark ruling reinforces the crucial need for accountability in the utilisation of government funds. The PSA commends the Court's commitment to ensuring transparency and responsible financial management in government projects. Holding companies accountable for the way they spend government funds sets a precedent that promotes ethical practices and discourages any potential misuse of public resources.
 
This decision not only serves as a deterrent against financial misconduct but also sends a strong message to companies involved in government projects that they must uphold the highest standards of integrity and efficiency. Such accountability measures contribute to building public trust and confidence in the fair and judicious use of taxpayers’ money.
 
As advocate for transparency and good governance, the PSA looks forward to more instances where companies are held responsible for their actions in the realm of public projects. These developments are crucial steps towards fostering a culture of responsibility, ensuring that every cent allocated for public services genuinely benefits the citizens it is intended to serve.
 
The PSA urges government to blacklist these construction companies to prevent them from receiving projects until proving that they are rehabilitated as public funds are not for the harvest of unethical companies.

 

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