Businessman Iqbal Survé's testimony at the PIC inquiry has led to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) being summoned to testify.
Survé told the inquiry that his company Sagarmatha Technologies was going to be a multi-billion-dollar company, but negative publicity prevented it from happening.
Ray White spoke to political and financial analyst Khaya Sithole about the latest developments from the inquiry.
The big issue here is that if he is going to claim to be the victim of some shenanigans by the CIPC, JSE and the Minister of Finance he has to provide evidence from these things.— Khaya Sithole, Political and financial analyst
In the absence, you really are left with the impression that this is a man who has been aggrieved by the system has treated him.— Khaya Sithole, Political and financial analyst
Listen to the full interview below...