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Lucky Montana. (Lerato Maduna)
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Cape Town - Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana believes the behaviour of the entity's board under the leadership of Popo Molefe can be likened to the "mafia".

Montana hit out at Molefe in an application seeking to assist the court in a case brought by Prasa against Swifambo Rail Leasing relating to a R3.5bn contract.

"The review application against Swifambo is premature," he stated in an 90-page affidavit. "I knew that the knives were out for me and decided to step down from my position."

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