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Transnet’s office move was a way to bailout broke Group Five — Molefe

The Transnet board chairperson alleges that the move appears to have been an effort to bail out construction company Group Five

LIVESTREAM: Popo Molefe testifies before state capture commission

The Transnet chairperson will testify on Tuesday

Transnet ends contract with acting CEO

According to a statement from Transnet, issued late on Wednesday evening, Tau Morwe's contract comes to end on May 3 2019

Transnet issues summons to top former execs

Popo Molefe says Transnet is reviewing the controversial contracts for 1064 locomotives, saying the company did not need all the trains

Transnet moves on from Gama, appoints acting group CEO

​Transnet's board has appointed industry veteran Tau Morwe as acting group chief executive

Transnet suspends another executive

The state-owned entity is continuing to clean out its executive leadership

Gama is both wrong and fired, Molefe insists

Popo Molefe has dismissed Siyabonga Gama's interpretation of his contract with the entity, as well as a recent court determination

Transnet axes CEO Siyabonga Gama

Gama and two other officials were suspended in August for alleged maladministration

Gordhan to defend Transnet cleanup

The public enterprises minister faces a court challenge into his 'racist' dismissal of a Transnet board member

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