Lucky Montana

 
Corruption-buster Molefe tackles Transnet
Corruption-buster Molefe tackles Transnet
The newly appointed chairperson of the Transnet board, Popo Molefe, has no regrets about tackling corruption at the Passenger Rail Agency of South...
Corruption laden Prasa chugs along
Corruption laden Prasa chugs along
UPDATE: Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has appointed a new interim board at rail agency Prasa headed by the CEO of...
What’s in a cup of tea, Ben Martins asks
What’s in a cup of tea, Ben Martins asks
Deputy Public Enterprises Minister Ben Martins may not be friends with the Guptas but he sees nothing wrong with having a cup of tea with them.
Guns blazing or sweet surrender?
Guns blazing or sweet surrender?
Thursday. The fine mist of rain over Durban has ended a series of madly humid days. I’m under the duvet for the first time in about three months....
NPA eyeing prosecution over Prasa billions
NPA eyeing prosecution over Prasa billions
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) may decide at the end of July whether or not it will prosecute anyone over allegedly corrupt contracts...
Transport minister Dipuo Peters: I didn't know of graft crisis at Prasa
Transport minister Dipuo Peters: I didn't know of graft crisis at Prasa
Controversial former Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) chief executive Lucky Montana allegedly misled Transport Minister Dipuo Peters...
Thuli Madonsela vs former CEO Lucky Montana: we look at 10 points of contention on the public protector's Prasa report
Thuli Madonsela vs former CEO Lucky Montana: we look at 10 points of contention on the public protector's Prasa report
In 2012, public protector Thuli Madonsela investigated 37 complaints against the state rail agency Prasa, its management and group chief executive...
Former Prasa boss blasts Madonsela as 'biased'
Former Prasa boss blasts Madonsela as 'biased'
Former Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) chief executive Lucky Montana has launched a scathing attack on public protector Thuli...
Tall trains: Prasa sues for R2.6-billion
Tall trains: Prasa sues for R2.6-billion
The company at the centre of one of the biggest tender scandals in the country is pleading poverty in the face of a R2.6-billion lawsuit.
New board, new broom, says Prasa chair
New board, new broom, says Prasa chair
The board of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) has decided not to put up a fight regarding the findings made by public protector...
Inside Prasa's dirty battles
Inside Prasa's dirty battles
Explosive emails and fierce SMS exchanges reveal the depth of the ugly battle for state contracts at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa...

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