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#PPInquiry Former SARS official, Ivan Pillay has officially been sworn in as a witness before the Parliamentary hearings against the Public Protector, Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane. Section 194 Committee starts an hour earlier today.

Adv. Bawa: Would you agree that Mr. Gordhan was the primary target of this report?

Pillay: It's difficult to say. I have always felt there was a bigger issue at play. The capture of SARS that is why so much pressure was brought on us at SARS.
...I never felt I was a personal target.

Adv. Bawa: Five findings against you by the PP. These were adverse findings made against you, irrespective of who was the target of the report?

Pilly: Yes, these are very serious allegations

Adv. Bawa: How did this impact you?
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#PPInquiry Adv. D Mpofu has argued against the relevance of the new witness, Baldwin Neshunzhi, Senior Manager for security in the office of the PPSA.

Evidence leader, Adv. N Bawa argues Neshunzhi's relevance on 3 issues they'll deal with, including CIEX matter... @Newzroom405
...and the issue regarding the recommendation to amend the Constitution, where Mr Moodley would be mentioned.


Neshunzhi: I felt that there was a sense of animosity on the part of the PP -the cause of which I did not know, though it may also be linked to an event that had occurred subsequently. Image
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[#PPInquiry] [#PPhearing]
Futana Tebele, a Senior Manager supporting the CEO in the Office of the PPSA, is a new witness currently testifying in the Section 194 Committee that is probing Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane's fitness to hold office.

@Newzroom405 Image

Evidence leader (Adv. Mayosi): some employees say the the PP, Adv. Mkhwebane harassed to set deadlines in dashboard meetings.

Tebele: My observation is that deadlines were given, either by investigators or executive authority.

Tebele: I cannot comment on reasonableness and lack thereof. In some cases, the matter/investigation would be there for 3 years, and investigators would say they need more time. Deadlines were given under certain contexts.
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