Brian Molefe adamant that Ramaphosa's 'influence' was used to seal dodgy coal deal

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Brian Molefe breaks down during his media address on the State of Capture report last year, where he famously said there was a shebeen in Saxonwold, where the Guptas live, explaining his many visits to the area. Picture: Leon Sadiki
Brian Molefe breaks down during his media address on the State of Capture report last year, where he famously said there was a shebeen in Saxonwold, where the Guptas live, explaining his many visits to the area. Picture: Leon Sadiki

Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has told the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into State Capture that the allegations he made against President Cyril Ramaphosa should not be swept under the carpet, as he continued to pick at the business links the president once had with Glencore.

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