Businessman Iqbal Survé is testifying at the Commission of Inquiry into the Public Investment Corporation.
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Survé got a chance to tell his side of the story after a number of companies he is involved in were scrutinised at the inquiry.
He claims that his company Sagarmatha didn't end up listening on the JSE not because of capital issues, but because of bad media coverage.
Previous testimony revealed how Ayo Technology only got R4.3-billion funding because of the pair's relationship.
But Survé says he doesn't have -- what he calls the "white networks" -- like others, and counted on Matjila in a professional manner.
Survé will take the stand again when the inquiry resumes on Wednesday.
Businessman Iqbal Surve is testifying at the Commission of Inquiry into the Public Investment Corporation.