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Two government departments that failed to pay a TMC outstanding travel accounts have been ordered by the high court to pay the accounts with interest as well as costs.

After repeatedly invoicing Icasa and the KwaZulu Natal Department of Health to no avail, Duma Travel saw no option but to take the matter to court. “When you have submitted invoices 10 times and your suppliers are sitting on your neck, what do you do?” Themba Mthombeni, founder and ceo of Duma asks. 

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