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PATRICIA de Lille has turned the spotlight on the finance and cooperative governance ministers in a bid to uncover the truth about Julius Malema's business interests.
The ANC Youth League leader has spent the past two weeks trying to deny that he owns companies that won R133million in contracts from the Limpopo government.
Malema even claimed that he had resigned from one of the companies, SGL Engineering Projects, but that journalists had forged his signature on the registration documents to make him look bad.
But with yesterday's new City Press allegation that neither Malema nor his companies had filed tax returns, the youth league leader is back in the firing line.
ID leader De Lille tabled a written parliamentary question yesterday to Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and Cooperative Governance Minister Sicelo Shiceka, asking them to confirm whether four companies allegedly owned by Malema had received contracts from the government.