NATIONAL NEWS - Parliament’s portfolio committee on public enterprises is struggling to get Dudu Myeni, Duduzane Zuma, Ajay and Rajesh Gupta to appear before it so it can complete its work on the inquiry into state capture.
Chairperson of the parliamentary portfolio committee on public enterprises Zukiswa Rantho said the committee was desperate to get these four state capture accused to face questions.
“We are very desperate as a committee to get hold of these individuals because all the evidence that we got in our inquiry revolves around them,” Rantho said on Radio 702 this morning.
She said the committee wanted the four to answer to allegations of corruption and verify information submitted to the committee by individuals who have appeared before it.
She added these include issues of procurement at the power utility and contract issuing and the issue of employing or deploying individuals to the Eskom board.
Last month, Myeni was a no-show at an Eskom inquiry after she told parliament she was too sick to fly to Cape Town to face questions about her alleged interference at the power utility.