EFF's Shivambu caught speeding in Free State

File: EFF chief whip Floyd Shivambu has denied receiving R10-million from his brother Brian, after the latter was allegedly paid R16-million by the bank for doing consultancy work for Vele Investments the majority shareholder in the failed VBS Mutual Bank.

File: EFF chief whip Floyd Shivambu has denied receiving R10-million from his brother Brian, after the latter was allegedly paid R16-million VBS Mutual Bank.

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JOHANNESBURG - EFF chief whip Floyd Shivambu was caught speeding on the N1 in the Free State on Friday morning.

Shivambu was alone in his white Range Rover when he was caught travelling at a speed of 182km/h in a 120km/h zone.

He was arrested and released on R2,000 bail. Shivambu is set to appear in the Winburg magistrate’s court on 24 August.

Head of Communications for Roads and Transport in the Free State, Hillary Mophethe, said Shivambu will appear in court on a speeding charge.