Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana said Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo is not committed to hearing the facts or the truth.
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Former Prasa chief executive Lucky Montana got tongues wagging on Tuesday during his testimony in a parliamentary inquiry into state capture. Montana threw everyone under the bus. Or the train, if you’re into puns. He alleged, amongst other things, Luthuli House has in the past influenced appointments of the rail agency’s board, and even tried […]
Looks like things over at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa aren’t all that peachy.
Minister Dipuo Peters reportedly tried to put a stop to an independent investigation into irregular expenditure at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa. No jokes folks.
Imagine a world where you buy something with taxpayer’s money, without making sure that it’ll actually work; then you realise you’re an idiot and decide you’re going to ask for all that money back.
Shame, Prasa really can’t catch a break. First the CEO and chief ‘engineer’ are fired for their ineptitude in securing SA’s new Afro 4000 locomotives and now we can’t even communicate with the trains to see what’s the matter.
Things are going from bad to worse for the folks over at Prasa, what with their CEO fired last week and their chief engineer given the boot for fibbing about his engineering degree.
The Passenger Rail Agency – responsible for our safety when using trains – doesn’t seem to think that their chief engineer needs to be a registered engineer at all.