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The complainants could not provide the Public Protector with sufficient supporting documents to substantiate their claims.
Only a report by the Gauteng Audit Services, which contained a number of discrepancies in relation to the balances owed to some of the complainants, could be relied upon.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane ruled in favour of 42 of 45 companies in a December 2018 report.
In the complaint, he alleged that the department awarded them a tender to build houses in Alexandra in the late 1990s."He complained that they approached the department a decade later over unpaid balances.
Several other attempts were made to secure payment from the department.
The businessman's company and 44 others are owed amounts ranging from R400 to R900 000.
The pensioner, who founded his business in 1990 after resigning from a leading construction company, told Mkhwebane that some of the people who were waiting to be paid by the provincial government may even have died while waiting for justice.