Parliament is being asked to consider introducing legislative amendments to stop politically connected people from getting tenders from the state. eNCA reports that the Special Investigating Unit says the fact that such people are getting contracts, does not necessarily make them illegal. Finance watchdog, Scopa was being briefed on Tuesday on the progress of COVID-19 related investigations, and among the top contracts, the SIU is probing is the R139-million personal protective equipment contract linked to a business owned by the husband of presidential spokesperson, Khusela Diko. Thirty-nine banking accounts related to this contract have been frozen.