The BEE-partner in a R65 million deal with clothing and retail giant Woolworths said today 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 Zingile Dingani, the chairperson of the Makhubu Group and secretary to Parliament.
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