Zuma left Transnet vulnerable by insisting on Gama as CEO, says Hogan
The former president insisted that Siyabonga Gama be appointed as the state-owned enterprise’s group CEO
Former president Jacob Zuma left Transnet, one the country’s most strategic state-owned enterprises, vulnerable by insisting that Siyabonga Gama be appointed as group CEO.
This is according to former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan’s testimony at the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture. She served as public enterprises minister from May 2009 to October 2010, when Zuma fired her.
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