Hogan implicates Zuma in no holds barred testimony

Former Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan has testified that some ANC structures were making appointments at state-owned enterprises. #DStv403.

JOHANNESBURG - Former Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan claims Jacob Zuma left her out to dry.

Hogan appeared at the state capture inquiry on Monday.

She accused the former president of pressing her to appoint his preferred choice as group CEO at Transnet in 2010.

Hogan said the board selected an exceptional candidate, but Zuma was hell-bent on someone else. 

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She's also accused the ANC of blurring the line between party and state

Hogan directly implicated the former president in wrongdoing.

She also criticised the ANC.                                                     

Hogan's testimony resumes on Tuesday.

Watch eNCA reporter Erin Bates and Xoli Mngambi unpack what unfolded on Day 1

Former Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan says there's no law requiring a minister to consult the governing party before appointing executives to state-owned entities. Courtesy #DStv403