Gloves come off in Brand SA ‘battle’

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Kingsley Makhubela attends "Redefining the Global Agenda" panel within TRT World Forum in Istanbul, Turkey on October 18, 2017.
Kingsley Makhubela attends "Redefining the Global Agenda" panel within TRT World Forum in Istanbul, Turkey on October 18, 2017.
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More than R1 million was allegedly offered to former Brand SA CEO Kingsley Makhubela by the current board, with a condition to submit documentary evidence in his possession as “a ploy to destroy crucial evidence” regarding alleged corruption at the entity.

The offer was confirmed by Brand SA in a statement on Friday after City Press approached the entity with new revelations that it sent Makhubela a “confidential agreement” despite Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi’s legal advice stating that payment would be viewed as inducement, and would amount to irregular and fruitless expenditure.

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