JOHANNESBURG – The state capture inquiry has resumed on Wednesday with the focus on the broke state-owned entity, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa).
Evidence leader Vas Soni said they would be dealing with the capture of the passenger rail agency and how it forked out millions to certain individuals even though they did not provide any services.
First on the witness stand will be Autopax CEO Tiro Holele and Prasa’s general manager for group compliance Jacob Rakgoathe.
Soni has told commission chairperson Raymond Zondo that the railway agency was under the leadership of Lucky Montana when the alleged corruption took place.
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