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Tokyo Sexwale has launched a probe into Trillian Capital Partners, the company that he chairs. (Gareth van Zyl, Fin24)
Tokyo Sexwale has launched a probe into Trillian Capital Partners, the company that he chairs. (Gareth van Zyl, Fin24)

Johannesburg – The independent inquiry into Trillian Capital Partners has taken longer than expected, and there is more to the matter that must be unearthed, according to Tokyo Sexwale.

Sexwale, the independent non-executive chairperson of Trillian Capital, was speaking at a briefing on Thursday. He was updating media on the progress of the independent  inquiry, led by Advocate Geoff Budlender.

The investigation is linked to allegations that certain executives of Trillian Capital were privy to information that former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene was going to be axed, weeks before it happened.

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