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Prasa's ex-CEO Lucky Montana joins the state capture...


Montana, who is implicated in staggering corruption and maladministration during his tenure as CEO of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa), begun a day of hearings before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo by presenting a 98-page statement.
Montana, who was Prasa CEO from 2010 to his resignation in 2015, was allowed up to 20 minutes to make his opening remarks.
Montana took the gap to beat his own drum and largely repeat claims he made in a his July 2020 letter to Justice Zondo accusing the commission of bias and following a predetermined agenda.

Prasa's ex-CEO Lucky Montana joins the state capture commission conspiracy club


Prasa’s ex-CEO Lucky Montana joins the state capture commission conspiracy club
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Amongst casting aspersions on the integrity of the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, five Supreme Court of Appeal judges, a High Court judge, and former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela, former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana spent the day at the commission filibustering and denying every allegation against him by former Prasa board chairperson Popo Molefe.
Montana, who is implicated in staggering corruption and maladministration during his tenure as CEO of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa), begun a day of hearings before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo by presenting a 98-page statement.

ANC'S FACES OF GRAFT: Will they all step aside?

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ANC’S FACES OF GRAFT: Will they all step aside?
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DURBAN - THE Secretary-General of the ANC, Ace Magashule, has instructed ANC provinces to submit names of all party members facing allegations and charges of corruption/crimes by the end of business on Thursday.
In what is set to be one of the most calamitous political upheavals in recent history, the ANC is set to face off in another round of confrontations and blows when the dreaded list of ANC members facing allegations or charges of corruption makes its way to Luthuli House.
This comes after the ANC National Executive Committee (NEC) had its meeting and reaffirmed the resolutions of the 54th National Conference on fighting crime and corruption within the ruling party.

11 Young Africans Named Young Global Leaders By WEF

Eleven young enterprising Africans, among them two Nigerians, who have been named Young Global Leaders (YGL) by the World Economic Forum

Gigaba says Norma Mngoma is using Zondo commission testimony to 'gain leverage' in divorce


Gigaba says Norma Mngoma is using Zondo commission testimony to 'gain leverage' in divorce
Former finance minister Malusi Gigaba rejects estranged wife's allegations about gifts, cash and obligation to the Guptas as untrue
08 April 2021 - 07:14 By Franny Rabkin
Former finance minister Malusi Gigaba has taken aim at his ex, Norma Mngoma, over her testimony at the state capture commission. File photo.
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Former finance minister Malusi Gigaba has taken aim at his estranged wife Norma Nomachule Mngoma, saying she is using her evidence at the state capture commission to score points in their divorce.
Gigaba has applied to the Zondo commission to suppress Mngoma's evidence as inadmissible, or alternatively hear her evidence behind closed doors.

Active Citizens Movement writes to Zondo, recommends changes to whistleblower legislation

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The Active Citizens Movement has written to the state capture inquiry to
call for changes to whistleblower legislation.
The movement recommends setting up a fund, with recovered stolen monies,
for the benefit of whistleblowers.
Several whistleblowers have faced a backlash and, in some cases, death
for coming forward with information about corruption.
The Active Citizens Movement (ACM) has written to the judicial commission
of inquiry into state capture to suggest amendments to legislation to protect
whistleblowers.
The commission has heard testimonies from several whistleblowers.
ACM spokesperson Yashica Padia said in a letter to Deputy Chief Justice
Raymond Zondo, who heads the commission, that it proposed several amendments to

Organisation writes to Zondo, recommends changes to whistleblower legislation

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Organisation writes to Zondo, recommends changes to whistleblower legislation
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Koko wants Ramaphosa to answer claims of interference at Eskom

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Koko wants Ramaphosa to answer claims of interference at Eskom
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Johannesburg - Former Eskom head of generation Matshela Koko says he won’t rest until President Cyril Ramaphosa is called to answer questions on allegations of interference at the power utility.
Koko returned to the witness stand on Monday to answer Eskom-related evidence at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.
When the former Eskom executive appeared in December he had made a string of allegations against Ramaphosa.
He alleged that the former president had interfered in the running of the state-owned entity and had been behind his 2015 suspension from the company.

New WEF African Global Leaders to Get Aliko Dangote Fellowship – Newstime Africa

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LAGOS, Nigeria -African Media Agency(AMA) – Eleven young enterprising Africans, among them two Nigerians, who have been named Young Global Leaders (YGL) by the World Economic Forum (WEF) for 2021, are to benefit from the Aliko Dangote Fellowship endowed to support African Young Global Leaders.
The beneficiaries are among 112 persons under 40 years of age, selected as Young Global Leaders by WEF, from across 56 countries.
The two Nigerians, Dr. Abasi Ene-Obong, founder, 54gene and Obi Ozor, the founder of Kobo360, joined the ranks of past Nigerian winners, Ambassador Debo Adesina, former Editor-in Chief of the Guardian Newspapers and current Nigerian Ambassador to Togo, and Mr. Simon Kolawole, CEO of Cable Newspapers Ltd.

COMMENTARY | Zondo checkmates his critics, again


COMMENTARY | Zondo checkmates his critics, again
The confirmation of the dates of President Cyril Ramaphosa's testimony at the state capture commission came amid mounting social media pressure since January suggesting that Zondo was protecting the president
25 March 2021 - 09:10
State capture inquiry chairperson, deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo, continues to prove his critics wrong. File photo
Image: REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
Deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo has once again checkmated sectors of society seeking to discredit the work of the state capture commission.
This Zondo did on Wednesday by announcing that President Cyril Ramaphosa will be subjected to accountability for four days next month.

Zondo sets dates for Ramaphosa state capture testimony

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Zondo sets dates for Ramaphosa state capture testimony
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President Cyril Ramaphosa is scheduled to testify at the commission of inquiry into state capture in April.
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The commission’s chair, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, announced on Wednesday.
"I have determined four days, the dates are 22 and 23 April and 28 and 29 April. The 22nd and 23rd are provided for the ANC because I have indicated that this commission cannot complete its work without the ruling part giving evidence and I was assured by the president that the party would come.
"I understand that President Ramaphosa will testify representing the ANC but I have indicated that from the commission's side, the president will have to testify in his capacity as president and former deputy president," said Zondo.

Ramaphosa to appear before Zondo commission next month – The Citizen

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Ramaphosa to appear before Zondo commission next month
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President Cyril Ramaphosa. Picture: GCIS
Ramaphosa is expected to testify on behalf of the ANC and in his capacity as the President and former deputy president of the country.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will testify at the Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture for four days next month, says commissioner Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
During opening proceedings at the commission on Wednesday, 24 March, Zondo confirmed that Ramaphosa would appear before him on 22, 23, 28 and 29 April 2021.
“On the 22nd and 23rd…those dates are effectively provided for the ruling party, the ANC , because I have also indicated that this commission cannot complete its work without the ruling party also coming to give evidence and deal with certain matters,” he said.

Ramaphosa to testify before Zondo commission next month

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President Cyril Ramaphosa will testify at the Zondo commission for four days next month.
Chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo said on Wednesday morning the commission had set aside April 22 and 23 and April 28 and 29 for the ANC and Ramaphosa in his capacity as the “president of the country and former deputy president” to give testimony before the commission.
Zondo clarified that the first two days were specifically set aside for the ANC to give testimony while April 28 and 29 were set aside for Ramaphosa.
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“April 22 and 23 are dates provided for the governing party, the ANC … I understand president Ramaphosa will testify representing the ANC, but I have indicated that from the commission’s side, the president will have to testify as president of the country and former deputy president. On April 28 and 29, that is when president Ramaphosa will be testifying in his capacity as president of the country,” said Zondo.

The markets were rejoicing when I appointed Brian Molefe at Eskom, Lynne Brown testifies

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Former Public Enterprises Minister, Lynne Brown says suspending Eskom executives and appointing Brian Molefe was the best decision she ever made at that point of her life. Photo: Denzil Maregele
Former Public Enterprises Minister, Lynne Brown does not see any fault in her decisions to suspend Eskom executives when the country was going through acute power blackouts in 2015 and seconding Brian Molefe to move from Transnet to lead the power utility.
In fact, Brown who was testifying at the commission of inquiry into state capture on Monday said she believed that if there was anything she did right in that period of her life, it was moving Molefe from Transnet to Eskom.

#StateCapture: Afriforum wants Ramaphosa subpoenaed

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The civil rights organisation AfriForum has filed a formal application to the Zondo Commission on state capture in terms of which a ruling is requested to subpoena President Cyril Ramaphosa to appear before the commission.
AfriForum specifically asks in a release that Ramaphosa be questioned about the ANC’s cadre deployment policy and also requests that AfriForum be afforded an opportunity to make submissions in this regard to the commission and also itself to cross-examine the president.
The application results from the fact that Ramaphosa was chairperson of the ANC’s cadre deployment committee from 2013 to 2016. During this time, several individuals who today are accused of corruption and state capture were appointed to key positions on the ground of their loyalty to the ANC.

State Capture Inquiry | AfriForum wants Ramaphosa cross-examined

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File: South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. 
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Afriforum has filed an application to the State Capture Commission to subpoena President Cyril Ramaphosa to appear. #DStv03#eNCApic.twitter.com/souEUsnSJr
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It wants Ramaphosa to be cross-examined on the ANC's cadre deployment policy and also requested an opportunity to make submissions to cross-examine Ramaphosa.

AfriForum applies to cross-examine Ramaphosa at Zondo commission – The Citizen

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AfriForum applies to cross-examine Ramaphosa at Zondo commission
Vhahangwele Nemakonde
President Cyril Ramaphosa. Picture: GCIS
Chair of the commission Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has confirmed that Ramaphosa will testify at the commission.
Civil rights organisation AfriForum has submitted a formal application to the Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture to cross-examine President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Zondo told 
Power to Truth with JJ Tabane in December last year that the president had personally confirmed to him that he would give evidence.
AfriForum has specifically requested that Ramaphosa be questioned about the ANC’s cadre deployment policy, and that AfriForum be given the opportunity to make submissions in this regard to the commission and to cross-examine the President.

Afriforum applies to question Ramaphosa at State Capture Commission

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Afriforum applies to question Ramaphosa at State Capture Commission
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Head of Policy and Action, Ernst Roets said the ANC’s cadre deployment policy is probably the most important contributing factor to corruption and state capture. 
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AfriForum said it has filed a formal application to the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture to question President Cyril Ramaphosa about the ANC’s cadre deployment policy.
In a statement on Monday, the organisation said it also requested to be given the opportunity to make submissions in this regard and also to cross-examine the president. 
“The application results from the fact that President Ramaphosa was chairperson of the ANC’s cadre deployment committee from 2013 to 2016. During this time, several individuals who today are accused of corruption and state capture were appointed to key positions on the ground of their loyalty to the ANC,” Afriforum said. 

Afriforum applies to question Ramaphosa at #ZondoCommission

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AfriForum said it has filed a formal application to the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture to question President Cyril Ramaphosa about the ANC’s cadre deployment policy.
In a statement on Monday, the organisation said it also requested to be given the opportunity to make submissions in this regard and also to cross-examine the president. 
“The application results from the fact that President Ramaphosa was chairperson of the ANC’s cadre deployment committee from 2013 to 2016. During this time, several individuals who today are accused of corruption and state capture were appointed to key positions on the ground of their loyalty to the ANC,” Afriforum said. 

AfriForum applies to cross-examine Ramphosa at Zondo Inquiry on ANC cadre policy

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AfriForum applies to cross-examine Ramphosa at Zondo Inquiry on ANC cadre policy
The group said that President Cyril Ramaphosa headed the cadre deployment committee from 2013 and 2016 therefore he should answer how some individuals accused of corruption were appointed in key positions.
President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation on Sunday, 28 February. Picture: GCIS.
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JOHANNESBURG - Lobby group AfriForum has applied to cross-examine President Cyril Ramaphosa at the state capture commission about the African National Congress (ANC)'s cadre deployment policy.
The group said that Ramaphosa headed the cadre deployment committee from 2013 and 2016 therefore he should answer how some individuals accused of corruption were appointed in key positions.

Brown denies threatening former Eskom board chair, questions Tsotsi memory

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Brown denies threatening former Eskom board chair, questions Tsotsi memory
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Johannesburg - Former Public Enterprises minister Lynne Brown has denied threatening to remove former Eskom board chairman Zola Tsotsi over a dispute that concerned alleged interference.
Brown returned to the witness stand at the State Capture Commission of Inquiry on Monday.
She began testifying last week and was questioned on a wide range of issues linked to corruption allegations at Eskom.
During the proceedings, Brown was questioned over allegations made by Tsotsi.
Tsotsi testified last year that Brown had demanded he attend a meeting at her Cape Town residence in 2015 before the State of the Nation address. He said Brown appeared irritated and threatened to remove him for interfering in Eskom affairs.

Brown denies allegations of putting Molefe's name forward for Eskom top job

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Brown denies allegations of putting Molefe’s name forward for Eskom top job
Former Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has distanced herself from personally recommending former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe to the post.
FILE: Lynne Brown. Picture: Thomas Holder/Eyewitness News.
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CAPE TOWN - Former Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has distanced herself from personally recommending former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe to the post.
During her testimony at the state capture commission on Monday, Brown denied allegations of putting Molefe’s name forward for the top job at Eskom.
She said that in 2015, she went to the Presidency under the leadership of former President Jacob Zuma, to discuss the rolling blackouts and how it affected the economy and the lives of South Africans.

Brian Molefe is one of a kind – Ngubane


Brian Molefe is one of a kind – Ngubane
Lindile Sifile"> By Lindile Sifile - 09 December 2020 - 09:22
Former Eskom board chairperson Ben Ngubane has rubbished assertions that he touted Brian Molefe’s name as the CEO of the power utility before his 2015 appointment. 
Giving evidence at the commission of inquiry into state capture yesterday, Ngubane also dismissed insinuations that Gupta-linked individuals knew about Molefe’s appointment more than a year before it was announced. ..
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Lynne Brown to testify at State Capture Commission

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Lynne Brown to testify at State Capture Commission
Former public enterprises minister Lynne Brown is accused of following the Guptas’ instructions and giving business linked to the family access to lucrative Eskom contracts
Her much-anticipated appearance follows months of jaw-dropping testimony linked to her tenure. Brown was removed from her post by President Cyril Ramaphosa in 2018 during his cabinet reshuffle and she resigned just months later as an African National Congress (ANC) MP.
Brown’s testimony will follow that of former Eskom executives Brian Molefe and Anoj Singh who have had to defend themselves against allegations poor management and corruption at the now embattled power utility utility.

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