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SARS has secured warrants to attach assets owned by former Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa chief executive Lucky Montana, a report says.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has delivered a scathing judgment about the shenanigans at the Passenger Rail Agency of SA under its former CEO Lucky Montana.
News24 editor-in-chief Adriaan Basson says former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana's threat of violence against journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh is despicable, "even more so on World Press Freedom Day".
Although Lucky Montana has previously given details on his properties to Parliament, he did not inform MPs of his R13.5m property in Hurlingham.
Parastatal Prasa will be investigated by the portfolio committee on transport.
Contradicting statements by two European rail companies regarding payments to a former colleague and "friend" of Lucky Montana adds fuel to suspicions that Prasa's multi-billion rand contract for new locomotives was accompanied by possible kickbacks.
The Guptas and their associates are scheduled to appear before the Eskom Inquiry on March 6 to answer questions about their alleged involvement in state capture.
Minister of Transport Joe Maswanganyi says he will direct Prasa's new board "to leave no stone unturned" in probing allegations into "matters of corruption' at the rail agency.
South Africa's rail passenger transport service risks coming to an abrupt halt over demands for a double-digit salary increase, a union federation warns.
Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana claims the behaviour of the entity's board under the leadership of Popo Molefe can be likened to the "mafia".
Former Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa CEO Lucky Montana says he is "ready to testify before the Zondo commission" of inquiry into state capture.
Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana is fuming over being called "corrupt" in the damning Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) judgment setting aside Swifambo's R3.5bn "tall train" deal, saying he had not been allowed to defend himself in the court application.
Former Prasa boss Lucky Montana has denied that his R13.5m property was partly funded with money that can be traced back to a beneficiary of dodgy contracts worth R4bn from the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa.
A R13.5m property in Johannesburg owned by former train boss Lucky Montana was partly funded with money that can be traced back to a beneficiary of dodgy contracts worth R4bn from the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa.
The former Prasa CEO has denied a union’s claim that he was trying to cover up corruption.
Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana’s testimony at the Eskom Inquiry has opened up the debate about whether the portfolio committee on transport should hold its own inquiry.
The Spanish manufacturer of Prasa's controversial Afro4000 locomotives failed to disclose payments of over R75m made to a "friend" of former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana.
The high court in Pretoria has ordered a former employee and consultant of the Passenger Rail Agency of SA to pay back R8.22m to the agency.
Former Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) chief executive officer (CEO) Lucky Montana is back with a bang, and has levelled some fairly explosive accusations against Popo Molefe, the chairperson of Prasa.
Prasa chairperson Popo Molefe has repaid R680 000 for extra board meetings that had not been approved by the Department of Transport.
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