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Ex-Transnet board chair continues testimony at Zondo inquiry


WATCH LIVE: Ex-Transnet board chair continues testimony at Zondo inquiry

Last week, Mafika Mkwanazi told the commission irregular expenditure and deviations were a regular occurrence during his tenure.

A screenshot of former Transnet board chair Mafika Mkhwanazi at the state capture commission on Friday 16 October 2020. Picture: SABC Digital News/Youtube

JOHANNESBURG – Former Transnet board chairperson Mafika Mkwanazi will again appear before the state capture commission of inquiry on Monday morning.

Last week, Mkwanazi told the commission irregular expenditure and deviations were a regular occurrence during his tenure.

The commission heard how on one occasion a contract for R960 million ballooned to R1.8 billion and board approval for the escalation was applied for afterwards.

At the time, Mkwanazi defended former CEO Siyabonga Gama who faced disciplinary action for failing to comply with procurement procedures.

WATCH: State capture commission proceedings



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