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#StateCaptureInquiry Now #Transnet @follow_transnet Acting CEO Mohammed Mahomedy resumes his evidence @StateCaptureCom. Advocate Phillip Mokoena asks Mahomedy about the cost of locomotives from China South Rail (CSR).
#StateCaptureInquiry Mahomedy has listed the price-per-locomotive in three CSR contracts. They are:
• R28.2-million each in the 95 locomotives contract
• R44-million each in the 100 locomotives contract
• R50-million each for 359 of the locomotives in the 1,064 contract
#StateCaptureInquiry Mahomedy has testified that over a two-year period the price for *similar* locomotives from CSR, with some modifications between the locomotives in each of the three contracts, rose from ±R28-million per locomotive to R50-million per locomotive.
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#StateCaptureInquiry Angelo Agrizzi, who testified for nine days in January, returns to the @StateCaptureCom today. Proceedings begin at 10:00 today and #eNCA403 will be covering his evidence throughout the day.
#StateCaptureInquiry Testimony at the @StateCaptureCom this week has brought renewed scrutiny on Andile Ramaphosa's business dealings with Bosasa. According to a corporate records database, he has 34 current and former directorships in South Africa.
#StateCaptureInquiry Andile Ramaphosa is a 37-year-old banker, who - according to his self-reported professional profile - spent almost four years working for @StandardBankZA, including in China. He's also listed as the co-author of a 2011 paper on reverse mortgages in Hong Kong.
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@Eskom_SA @StateCaptureCom #StateCaptureInquiry Maleka says there has been no response as yet to the notices issued to the eight above. He mentions charges against Koko, disciplinary action against Daniels and charges against Kalima.
@Eskom_SA @StateCaptureCom #StateCaptureInquiry Maleka refers to a Rule 34 (4) notice from #Eskom @Eskom_SA to @McKinsey in relation to certain documents. He then mentions a Special Investigations Unit (SIU) investigation set out in a certain bundle.
@Eskom_SA @StateCaptureCom @McKinsey #StateCaptureInquiry Maleka says the legal team has raised concerns over the status of contracts with Tegeta and related entities. He predicts Mabuza will address this issue when he presents evidence this morning.
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#StateCaptureInquiry @StateCaptureCom Proceedings were set to commence at 10:00 today. #VytjieMentor is seated and has been working through some papers. She is set to undergo cross examination today. The Chairperson has just entered.
@StateCaptureCom #StateCaptureInquiry Mentor has raised a pointed finger (as she repeatedly did yesterday during testimony) and has a number of points she would like to address, including an independent witness to discuss the SAA records.
@StateCaptureCom #StateCaptureInquiry "It's not clear to me why we would need anybody else to come and testify than someone from SAA itself," says Zondo in reply to Mentor. She then questions the Home Affairs records, too.
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#StateCaptureInquiry Today is a watershed moment for the @StateCaptureCom with #VytjieMentor set to undergo cross examination after she completes her evidence.
#StateCaptureInquiry Mentor is the first witness to undergo cross examination and it’s expected she will be subject to grilling from counsel for Duduzane Zuma. She also implicated Former President Jacob Zuma, when she described a ministerial job offer allegedly from a Gupta.
#StateCaptureInquiry Mentor also implicated members of the Hawks, claiming that her handwritten statement was altered when transcribed to omit former President Jacob Zuma’s name. She claimed a Hawks member advised her to exclude him from the document.
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#StateCaptureInquiry Proceedings resume today at 10:00 with two investigators and two others set to testify. @News24 has published information that editor @AdriaanBasson is set to speak about threats and intimidation he faced (along with @carienduplessis) for reporting on #Bosasa
#StateCaptureInquiry @News24 quotes @AdriaanBasson as saying, “Everything I know about #Bosasa and their dodgy dealings with the state have been published over the past 13 years.” Basson continues, “Carien and I were targeted by Bosasa for revealing the truth.”
#StateCaptureInquiry Pretoria Chief Magistrate Desmond Nair’s deadline given to @StateCaptureCom is today. He, via lawyers, wrote to the inquiry to demand information on what former #Bosasa employee Richard le Roux testified regarding security upgrades to Nair’s Pretoria home.
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#StateCaptureInquiry Angelo Agrizzi resumes testifying today @StateCaptureCom. If want some of the key points from yesterday’s hearings @ShahanR and I discuss them on #eNCA403 here.
#StateCaptureInquiry Proceedings resume. Chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo greets legal team head Advocate Paul Pretorius. Pretorius says that a video recording will be played, and Zondo has an unsigned copy of the transcription of what is audible.
#StateCaptureInquiry Zondo says before the video is played, there are a few questions he will put to Agrizzi. He returns to the question on amounts paid by Bosasa, and Agrizzi's statement on R4-million to R6-million monthly on cash payments. Zondo asks if gifts were regular.
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#StateCaptureInquiry @StateCaptureCom hearings for 2019 begin today at 10:00. The first witness has not yet been announced. First, an application regarding testimony this week (likely that of the first witness) will be heard. Stay with #eNcA403 for updates throughout the day.
#StateCaptureInquiry @StateCaptureCom's first hearing of 2019 is about to begin. Advocate Mannie Witz is here with two juniors, representing whom is not yet clear.
#StateCaptureInquiry @StateCaptureCom Chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo greets. Advocate Paul Pretorius stands and announces where the evidence leaders stand will be communicated to the public, before dealing with the preliminary matters related to the first witness.
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Earlier on #eNCA403 from the @StateCaptureCom with Dan Moyane and crossing back to @UvekaR. Mzwanele Manyi resumes this morning, at his third day of speaking under oath. Proceedings are now in session.
#StateCaptureInquiry Chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo says he will address issues around the inquiry later on. Advocate Vincent Maleka greets Manyi who says, “Morning Mr Maleka, before we start...” Manyi says he wrote to the inquiry on some housekeeping issues.
#StateCaptureInquiry “Mr Maleka’s posture actually confirmed my fears,” says Manyi. He says Maleka’s posture was prosecutorial, not inquisitorial and claims he is being treated as an accused, “here I am here treated as a hostile witness, so to speak” and he does not know why.
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#StateCaptureInquiry Remember when @TreasuryRSA Minister of Treasury Nhlanhla Nene answered eNCA’s @samkelemaseko asking if he would testify? Nene said, “Watch this space.” And later, after some pressing from Maseko, “Watch the space, meaning a lot of us might be appearing soon.”
#StateCaptureInquiry Nene will be the first sitting minister to testify at the inquiry. Previously Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan attended hearings, when his former right hand man Mcebisi Jonas testified, saying a Gupta brother offered him the Finance Minister job.
#StateCaptureInquiry Nene will testify on events around then President Jacob Zuma firing him at night on 9 December 2015. Zuma said at the time, “I wish Mr Van Rooyen all the best in this new appointment. The new deployment of Mr Nene will be announced in due course.”
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