'We need help, we can't find Myeni, Zuma and the Guptas'
The chairperson of the Public Enterprises portfolio committee Zukiswa Rantho says she is desperate to get hold of Dudu Myeni, Duduzane Zuma, Ajay Gupta, and Rajesh Gupta to appear before it.
The committee wants to complete its work on the inquiry into state capture at Eskom and other state-owned entities.
Rantho says every evidence they got in the inquiry revolves around them.
We want to get hold of them so they can explain their involvement in the state capture, especially in Eskom.Zukiswa Rantho, Chairperson of the Public enterprises portfolio committee
Rantho says there are allegations made against Dudu Myeni, Duduzane Zuma, Ajay Gupta, and Rajesh Gupta that needs clarification. She says they can pin point certain questions they will ask because there are many issues that have been raised.
Rantho says they still have note received a sick note for former SAA board chair, Dudu Myeni.
We have been very patient with Dudu Myeni. We have tried our best to speak to her, we have agreed that she says she is sick therefore we need a sick note that comes from a doctor because she is seen in public places like restaurants and hotels but she can't come to the committee.Zukiswa Rantho, Chairperson of the Public enterprises portfolio committee
Rantho further states that they have enlisted the help of law enforcement agencies to local these people.
If they find them, there must be a lawful way or taking to them from where they are to the committee.Zukiswa Rantho, Chairperson of the Public enterprises portfolio committee
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