Lucky Montana: Courts were wrong in finding Prasa tenders were corrupt
Testifying at the State Capture Inquiry, former Prasa group CEO Lucky Montana accused Judge J Francis of conniving with former board chair Popo Molefe when he refused to admit him as amicus curiae or friend of the court.
Prasa was destroyed by greedy ANC politicians, Guptas - Montana tells Zondo
Montana continued his testimony at the state capture commission on Friday.
Ex-Prasa CEO Montana denies there was irregular expenditure of R550m in 2014
But he said the Auditor General issued qualified findings because of delayed audited financial statements.
Montana accuses Zondo Inquiry of favouring ex-Prasa board chair Molefe
Former Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) group chief executive, Lucky Montana, said that he still believed that the commission was biased and pursuing a predetermined agenda.
Ex-Prasa CEO Montana set for first appearance at state capture inquiry today
Witnesses, including former Transport Minister Dipuo Peters, testified about the tall locomotives that were bought by Prasa during Montana’s tenure.
Zondo Inquiry postpones testimony of ex-Land Reform Minister Nkwinti
It was scheduled for Thursday, but Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo said Nkwinti still has to file additional affidavits before he testifies.
ANC integrity committee recommended Zuma step down in 2013, Mantashe tells Zondo
ANC chairperson Gwede Mantashe acknowledged that the party was destabilised by calls for Zuma to step down after the Guptas landed a plane at Waterkloof airbase but he maintained that whilst members of the party were captured by the Guptas, the ANC itself wasn’t.
Zuma takes swipe at ConCourt again, dares it to send him to jail
Former President Jacob Zuma said said that the court did not have the jurisdiction to hear the two cases brought by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo and that what Zondo and the court did was to take away his right to have his review application heard and determined.
Mantashe: ANC has no influence on judiciary appointments
He has testified at the state capture commission on Wednesday said on the role of the ANC in parliamentary oversight.
Zuma refuses to say how he should be punished if found guilty
Wednesday is the last day that he was expected to tell Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng how he should be sentenced, if he is found guilty of contempt of court.
Mantashe: Duarte and I were against removal of Zuma as president
ANC chairperson Gwede Mantashe said that he was against the removal of former President Jacob Zuma from his position but only because he knew it would destabilise the party, the government and the country like it had done when former President Thabo Mbeki was removed.
ANC doesn't have a cadre deployment policy, Mantashe tells Zondo Inquiry
ANC Chairperson Gwede Mantashe is testifying at the state capture inquiry about the role of the ANC in parliamentary oversight.
Ramaphosa's state capture appearance dates changed, Zondo confirms
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo said that this month Ramaphosa would testify as president of the African National Congress (ANC) and next month as president of the country.
Zondo tells Fraser to exhaust talks with SSA over declassification of documents
The former intelligence boss wanted agency documents declassified so that he could use them to testify at the state capture commission.
Ex-spy boss Fraser wants immunity before spilling beans at state capture inquiry
Fraser's lawyer, Advocate Muzi Sikhakhane, said that Arthur Fraser wanted to break his spy oath, testify and spill the beans about presidents past and present, judges and members of Parliament.
Zuma expected to respond to Mogoeng with proposed sentence for contempt matter
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng wrote to former President Jacob Zuma last week, giving him until Wednesday to propose an appropriate sentence in no more than 15 pages.
Mngoma to be subpoenaed to testify at Zondo Inquiry after last minute withdrawal
The estranged wife of former Cabinet minister, Malusi Gigaba, shocked the commission on Tuesday when she withdrew at the last minute.
Norma Mngoma will no longer testify at state capture inquiry
The state capture commission said it was disappointed after getting ready and learning that Norma Mngoma had decided to withdraw from testifying.