Former Transnet chairperson Mafika Mkwanazi on Monday concluded his attempt at
explaining the circumstances around the controversial reinstatement of the
company's chief executive Siyabonga Gama in 2010, after the latter was found
guilty of misconduct.
During three days of delivering evidence before the commission of inquiry into state capture, Mkwanazi described an apparently questionable handling of the matter by the board at the time, as well as suggesting the motivation behind the "generous" settlement Gama received from the company, including a significant payment of his legal fees.