Weekend Argus Saturday

Soaring bill for 6 000 suspended civil servants

THOUSANDS of public servants have been sitting at home for the last year at a cost of R100 million to the taxpayer.

They are on full benefits and full pay pending disciplinary hearings, but one former senior manager believes they have been suspended to prevent them from blowing the whistle on state capture.

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