The BEE-partner in a R65-million deal with clothing and retail giant Woolworths said on Wednesday the company would seek to use local suppliers ahead of controversial Chinese imports...
"Our standpoint is that we are a South African company... and we believe our suppliers must be South African," said chairperson of the Makhubu Group and former Secretary to Parliament, Zingile Dingani.
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