President Jacob Zuma congratulates newly sworn-in Minister State Security Bongani Bongo, 20 November 2017.
JOHANNESBURG – President Jacob Zuma is looking into allegations that State Security Minister Bongani Bongo interfered in parliament&39;s inquiry into state capture at Eskom.
Bongo faces accusations of offering a blank cheque to the evidence leader, advocate Ntuthuzelo Vanara.
Zuma met with National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete, who briefed him on the allegations against Bongo.
Natasha Mazzone, a member of @ParliamentofRSA&39;s portfolio committee on public enterprises, flagged recent incidents of intimidation during the EskomInquiry. The committee has been holding hearing on irregularities at Eskom. @eNCA— Erin Bates (@ermbates) November 28, 2017