EXCLUSIVE | Enough 'late trains without explanation': Prasa administrator Bongisizwe Mpondo

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(Photo by Gallo Images / Beeld / Alet Pretorius)
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Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa administrator Bongisizwe Mpondo is determined to undo the damage caused by corruption at the parastatal in the next three years, as he marks his seventh month at the troubled state-owned enterprise.

Mpondo was appointed as administrator to the agency in December as part of a process to turn around the agency, which has been crippled by allegations of corruption and leadership challenges.

The agency – which last week was the subject of explosive testimony at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture – last month also saw the exit of fired four senior managers who were implicated in a 2015 report by then-Public Protector Thuli Madonsela, titled Derailed.

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