Controversy shrouds CTICC annual report
CTICC will meet this week amid controversy surrounding its expansion project and design tender.
CAPE TOWN - Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) executives will release their annual report on Tuesday amid the controversy surrounding the facility's costly expansion project.
The CTICC is yet to make a public announcement on the fate of the project after a forensic report found evidence of supply chain irregularities in the awarding of the design tender.
In March last year, a trio of architects was given the contract for the project.
Executives will report back on the centre's financial performance at their annual general meeting on Tuesday.
But it will be hard for them to ignore the elephant in the room.
In August, the city handed over a long-awaited forensic report into the controversial design tender to the board of the CTICC company.
The report recommended disciplinary action against three staff members for supply chain irregularities.
It also recommended that the contract be cancelled.
But over the last three months the board has been quiet about what action it intends taking.