Roy Moodley received suspicious Prasa payment: Report

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ANC deputy secretary general, Jessie Duarte, greets Roy Moodley as the governing-party prepares for its elective congress.

ANC deputy secretary general, Jessie Duarte, greets Roy Moodley as the governing-party prepares for its elective congress.

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ANC deputy secretary general, Jessie Duarte, greets Roy Moodley as the governing-party prepares for its elective congress.

ANC deputy secretary general, Jessie Duarte, greets Roy Moodley as the governing-party prepares for its elective congress.

JOHANNESBURG - Controversial Durban businessman Roy Moodley allegedly received a suspicious payment from a Prasa contractor in 2015.

According to reports, Prodigy Business Services paid a company belonging to Moodley over R4 million after it received a lucrative tender.

News24 says this fuels speculation Moodley had a say in who got Prasa tenders.

Prodigy denied the allegations.

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Moodley has been in the spotlight after investigative journalist Jacques Pauw claimed in his book he paid Jacob Zuma a salary after he became president.

On Friday, Moodley was spotted registering for the ANC&39;s 54th elective conference.