The Public Prosecutor’s Office’s executive manager of investigations said she can’t be held responsible for a 2019 Financial Services Conduct Authority investigation that was halted by the court.
Ponatshego Mogaladi testified for the second day in Parliament on Thursday in Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s impeachment inquiry.
Mogaladi told the committee that Mkhwebane jeopardized the investigation due to her unreasonable deadlines.
She claimed that if investigators had been given more time to complete the Financial Services Conduct Authority investigation properly, the flaws in the final report could have been avoided.
“The manner in which this investigation was handled comprised the final product, as did the fact that the PP gave us two days to draft such an important investigation,” she explained.
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