Former Prasa CEO, Lucky Montana, is threatening to expose all those he claims are corrupt officials. He’s made a submission to testify at the State Capture Inquiry.
Montana’s testimony will centre on the origins of the crisis at the Passenger Rail agency of South Africa as well as his decision to resign.
He says he believes his testimony will help the commission fulfill its mandate.
Montana has attributed the crisis at the agency on a battle for control of the rolling stock fleet renewal programme. He’s availed himself to testify in mid-August.
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At 21H20 Sunday night Netcare 911 responded to reports of a collision on the N1 Northbound near Beyers Naude Drive in Fairland Johannesburg. Reports from the scene indicate that two vehicles were involved in a collision. Medics assessed three patients who were found to be in a stable condition and declined ambulance transportation to the hospital.
While on the scene a secondary collision on the Southbound lane of the N1 occurred where a vehicle towing a trailer had overturned…Read more here