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Former SAA board member claims she was 'trusted' to do forex investments without a licence, Zondo hears

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Former SAA board member Yakhe Kwinana says she would take money and invest it in property.
Former SAA board member Yakhe Kwinana says she would take money and invest it in property.
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Without having a licence as a financial service provider, Yakhe Kwinana, a former board member of SAA and former chair of SAA Technical (SAAT), claims she was trusted by about eight clients to do forex investments.

These clients included a director of a company who was in a bid for a tender at SAA, she testified at the Zondo commission into state capture on Tuesday.

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