The State Capture Inquiry is hearing evidence related to money flows from Phetolo Ramosebudi. He was Transnet's group treasurer.
JOHANNESBURG - The State capture inquiry will continue to hear evidence linked to the movement of money from former Transnet group treasurer Phetolo Ramosebudi.
The inquiry has focused this week on money flows and forensic investigations exposing questionable dealings.
On Wednesday, the commission heard from Steven Powell, Managing Director at ENS Forensics.
Interesting names cropped up in connection with payments received from tech company EOH.
Among those that received funds is a former ANC spokesperson, a PA to then-president Jacob Zuma, the current Joburg Mayor, and the treasurer of the ANC Youth League.
EOH was subsequently irregularly awarded a massive IT tender by the City of Johannesburg.