Former Prasa boss Lucky Montana has denied that his R13.5m property was partly funded with money that can be traced back to a beneficiary of dodgy contracts worth R4bn from Prasa
A subsidiary of TMM Holdings, Siyangena Technologies, scored contentious contracts from Prasa worth R4bn during Montana's tenure as the state-owned entity's CEO.
Lucky Montana alleged that Mkhize interfered with Prasa to raise funds for the ANC.
"I saw nothing untoward about Duduzane Zuma accompanying his business associate to a meeting, [or] any necessity to raise the issue with the president.”
Though Lucky Montana implicated many others in alleged corruption, investigative journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh says Montana also played a big role in Prasa's capture.
At the parliamentary state-capture inquiry, the former Prasa CEO implicated several senior government and ANC officials in alleged corruption.
His appearance before the inquiry comes a day ahead of Ben Martins, who will find himself in the hot seat on Wednesday morning.
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Whenever investigations into corruption seems to get too close to President Jacob Zuma and his associates, it gets short shrift.
We urgently need to re-establish a high ethical standard of governance in South Africa, says ex-chair of the dissolved Prasa board Popo Molefe.