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2018-11-14 09:38

Former minister of public companies Barbara Hogan is expected to continue her testimony at the judicial investigation committee to state prison after the previous day's procedures were interrupted by power outages.

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& # 39; I knew I would be fired & # 39; – Hogan in an investigation into the state

Former minister of public companies Barbara Hogan says she knew she would be fired when former president Jacob Zuma called her at an emergency meeting in his home in Pretoria.

Hogan testified during her second day in the judicial investigation committee for obtaining state inspection on Tuesday.

Hogan told research chair Deputy Judge Raymond Zondo that her deputy, Enoch Godongwana, had told her before she was fired, that there were rumors about her dismissal at Luthuli House.

She said in October 2009 that she received an appeal to let her come to an emergency meeting with Zuma and former Secretary General of the ANC and now minister of minerals, Gwede Mantashe, in the official residence of the former President in Pretoria.

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& # 39; I knew I would be fired & # 39; – Hogan in an investigation into the state& Nbsp;

Former minister of public companies Barbara Hogan says she knew she would be fired when former president Jacob Zuma called her at an emergency meeting in his home in Pretoria.

Hogan testified during her second day in the judicial investigation committee for obtaining state inspection on Tuesday.

Hogan told research chair Deputy Judge Raymond Zondo that her deputy, Enoch Godongwana, had told her before she was fired, that there were rumors about her dismissal at Luthuli House. & Nbsp; & nbsp;

She said in October 2009 that she received an appeal to let her come to an emergency meeting with Zuma and former Secretary General of the ANC and now minister of minerals, Gwede Mantashe, at the official residence of the former President in Pretoria. & Nbsp; & nbsp;

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ANC to send Mantashe to lead delegation in state collection research

Former ANC Secretary General and now Minister of Minerals, Gwede Mantashe, will lead the party if it appears before the Forensic Investigation Commission on accusations of state prison, said the party Zizi Kodwa Tuesday.

Kodwa told reporters during a brief adjournment: "Mantashe" will lead the ANC delegation, which will be in a week or two weeks [evidence before the commission]".

"We expect the ANC to get a chance at the end of this month," said Kodwa.

"We limit our comments on two things – the bank's comments and some aspects of issues raised by Comrade Barbara [Hogan] regarding systems or works of the ANC … "

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ANC to send Mantashe to lead delegation in state collection research& Nbsp;

Former Secretary-General of the ANC and now Minister of Minerals, Gwede Mantashe, will lead the party when it appears before the Forensic Investigation Commission on accusations of state prison, said the party Zizi Kodwa Tuesday. & Nbsp;

Kodwa told reporters during a brief adjournment: "Mantashe" will lead the ANC delegation, which will be in a week or two weeks [evidence before the commission]".

"We expect the ANC to get a chance at the end of this month," said Kodwa.

"We limit our comments on two things – the bank's comments and some aspects of issues raised by Comrade Barbara [Hogan] in relation to systems or operation of the ANC … "& nbsp;

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Hogan on busy to name Gama as head of Transnet: & # 39; I was cast as an anti-transformation racist & # 39;

Former minister of public companies Barbara Hogan says that former president Jacob Zuma "left her too dry", while she was faced with immense pressure from a number of her colleagues who wanted her to appoint Siyabonga Gama as CEO of Transnet.

Hogan testified to the judicial investigation committee about allegations of state detention on Monday.

She previously testified that Zuma wanted Gama as the CEO of Transnet, despite being confronted with accusations of misconduct.

"It actually shocked me," said Hogan.

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Hogan on busy to name Gama as head of Transnet: & # 39; I was cast as an anti-transformation racist & # 39;& Nbsp;

Former minister of public companies Barbara Hogan says that former president Jacob Zuma "left her too dry", while she was faced with immense pressure from a number of her colleagues who wanted her to appoint Siyabonga Gama as CEO of Transnet.

Hogan testified to the judicial investigation committee about allegations of state detention on Monday.

She previously testified that Zuma wanted Gama as the CEO of Transnet, despite being confronted with accusations of misconduct.

"It actually shocked me," said Hogan. & Nbsp;

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Zuma has to pay the legal costs for assessing the state entry report

Former president Jacob Zuma has lost his application for leave to appeal against a decision that said he would have to pay the cost of reviewing the corrective action of Thuli Madonsela for institutional research.

A full bank of the Supreme Court of North Gauteng published the correspondence on Friday.

"I can confirm that this is true", confirmed the chairman of the DA Federal Council, James Selfe, to News24. The DA and other opposition parties were party to the case.

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Zuma has to pay the legal costs for assessing the state entry report& Nbsp;

Former president Jacob Zuma has lost his application for leave to appeal against a decision that said he would have to pay the cost of reviewing the corrective action of Thuli Madonsela for institutional research.

A full bank of the Supreme Court of North Gauteng published the correspondence on Friday.

"I can confirm that this is true", confirmed the chairman of the DA Federal Council, James Selfe, to News24. The DA and other opposition parties were party to the case. & Nbsp;

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Gordhan warns against & # 39; fighting back & # 39; of states by government agencies

Minister Pravin Gordhan of the public companies has warned of a "firm and powerful kickback" campaign against those who are opposed to attempts to implement clean government with state entities.

In his submission to the judicial inquiry committee on state imprisonment, Gordhan says that there are still elements that want the status quo of looting, plunder and impunity to continue.

He also accuses Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane of misuse of her powers to intimidate and harass him after he was summoned to appear before her.

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Gordhan warns against & # 39; fighting back & # 39; of states by government agencies& Nbsp;

Minister Pravin Gordhan of the public companies has warned of a "firm and powerful kickback" campaign against those who are opposed to attempts to implement clean government with state entities.

In his submission to the judicial inquiry committee on state imprisonment, Gordhan says that there are still elements that want the status quo of looting, plunder and impunity to continue.

He also accuses Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane of misuse of her powers to intimidate and harass him after he was summoned to appear before her. & Nbsp;

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Takeover of the state: Gordhan describes the encounters with the Guptas

Pravin Gordhan officially met the Guptas only once, and that was during a meeting that former President Jacob Zuma asked between 2009 and 2014, Zuma's first term. But Gordhan later refused a meeting with them.

However, he came into contact with the family at least three times in the center of state interference, two of which took place at public and government events and the third at a business meeting.

According to a sworn statement of 68 pages, this was signed by Gordhan on 11 October 2018 and delivered to the judicial investigation into state prison led by deputy chief judge Raymond Zondo.

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Takeover of the state: Gordhan describes the encounters with the Guptas& Nbsp;

Pravin Gordhan officially met the Guptas only once, and that was during a meeting that former President Jacob Zuma asked between 2009 and 2014, Zuma's first term. But Gordhan later refused a meeting with them.

However, he came into contact with the family at least three times in the center of state interference, two of which took place at public and government events and the third at a business meeting.

This is according to a 68-page sworn statement signed by Gordhan on October 11, 2018 and delivered to the judicial investigation into state prison led by deputy chief judge Raymond Zondo. & Nbsp;

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Ajay Gupta on & # 39; witch hunt & # 39 ;: & # 39; I want to clean up my name & # 39;

State accusation accused Ajay Gupta says that he and his family have done nothing wrong and that he wants to clear his name.

In the New York Times in Dubai, Gupta's eldest brother said that the accusations made to state collection during the Zondo investigation committee were incorrect.

These include accusations that the Guptas provided ministerial positions in exchange for favors.

Gupta told the New York Times: "I'm not saying I'm not coming to the committee … I will, but not at this moment."

Gupta reportedly said that the family was "imprisoned in the crossfire" between ANC factions and their business allies.

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Ajay Gupta on & # 39; witch hunt & # 39 ;: & # 39; I want to clean up my name & # 39;& Nbsp;

State accusation accused Ajay Gupta says that he and his family have done nothing wrong and that he wants to clear his name.

In the New York Times, in Dubai, the eldest brother of Gupta said that the allegations made by the Zondo investigation committee about the state falsification were false.

These include accusations that the Guptas provided ministerial positions in exchange for favors.

Gupta told the New York Times: "I'm not saying I'm not coming to the committee … I will, but not at this moment."

Gupta reportedly said that the family was "imprisoned in the crossfire" between ANC factions and their business allies. & Nbsp;

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Nene's fall shows that the Zondo committee goes beyond the usual suspects & # 39; – analyst

Nhlanhla Nene was a great minister of finance and his fall must be seen as part of a "complex story" of rearrangement around the ANC, said political analyst Ralph Mathekga on Wednesday.

He spoke in a business breakfast organized by Decision Makers in Cape Town, a day after President Ramaphosa had accepted Nene's resignation.

"In my opinion, if Nene were to be maintained, it would have been difficult for Ramaphosa to cause anti-corruption in the ANC," Mathekga said. "The Nene case is an indication that the Zondo Commission for State withdrawal will not only invade the" usual suspects & # 39; "

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Nene's fall shows that the Zondo committee goes beyond the usual suspects & # 39; – analyst& Nbsp;

Nhlanhla Nene was a great minister of finance and his fall must be seen as part of a "complex story" of rearrangement around the ANC, said political analyst Ralph Mathekga on Wednesday.

He spoke during a business breakfast organized by Decision Makers in Cape Town, a day after President Ramaphosa had accepted Nene's resignation. & Nbsp;

"In my opinion, if Nene were to be maintained, it would have been difficult for Ramaphosa to cause anti-corruption in the ANC," Mathekga said. "The Nene case is an indication that the Zondo Commission for State withdrawal will not only invade the" usual suspects & # 39; "

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