SAFM 9AM NEWS BULLETIN

The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture will resume its hearings in Johannesburg this morning, with the Group Executive of Legal Risk and Compliance Martha Ngonye taking the stand. In March Ngonye gave evidence on how forged signatures were used to secure various tenders at the state entity. Yesterday former PRASA board chairperson Popo Molefe completed his testimony. He has for the past two days been giving evidence regarding corruption at the agency. Molefe alleged that the administration under former president Jacob Zuma enabled rampant looting at PRASA. Molefe also said organs of state including those in the security cluster failed to act on reports of state capture at PRASA ...