Motsoaledi committed to addressing HPCSA troubles
A task team probed the HPCSA & found evidence of irregular & wasteful expenditure.
JOHANNESBURG - Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says he will do everything possible to address problems at Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA).
But he's warned the council must be willing to cooperate.
A task team has recommended three senior officials be suspended pending a disciplinary hearing related to mismanagement.
Motsoaledi says he will meet council officials on Monday to discuss the task team's findings.
A ministerial task team appointed to probe the HPCSA has found evidence of irregular, wasteful expenditure and maladministration implicating the CEO and COO.
A probe was established in March after Motsoaledi received 30 anonymous complaints from staff including universities and doctors.
At the heart of the irregularities is a R30 million tender apparently awarded irregularly by the CEO.
The HPCSA has been given a week by the health department to study the findings.