Fri. Nov 18th, 2022

Molefe has concluded another session at the state capture commission but he is expected to return later on.
JOHANNESBURG – Former Transnet CEO Brian Molefe has told the state capture inquiry he never met Chinese men in Vereeniging, and he didnt get money from them in a black suitcase.
Molefe has on Wednesday concluded another session at the state capture commission but he is expected to return later on.
Witness three a protector for former CFO Anoj Singh, said he collected a maroon bag for Singh that he later found out contained R200 notes and Molefes protector also took a black bag but Molefe said that was not true.
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We once or twice had strategic sessions at the Three Rivers Lodge, Molefe accepted that he met his colleagues in Vereeniging, but he denied that while they were there, Chinese men arrived with suitcases or that their drivers left with those suitcases.
Singhs driver said two bags were taken inside and then Singh called him to take a maroon bag into his car and the black bag was taken into Molefes car.
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But Molefe denies this: The next Monday, Singh drove to Carlton Centre with his BMW M3. I was about to take Singhs car to the car wash, so I checked for valuables, I saw the maroon bag but it weighed less than on Friday. I opened it, it had R200 notes, I SMSed him. He came down and collected the bag.”
When the commission asked what happened to the black bag, he said no black bag went into his car.
Molefe said the only bag he left with had his clothes inside.
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