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Zuma behind bewildering manoeuvres to get Siyabonga Gama back to Transnet in 2010, inquiry hears

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Former president Jacob Zuma leaves the Raymond Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture. (Photo by Gallo Images/Sowetan/Thulani Mbele)
Former president Jacob Zuma leaves the Raymond Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture. (Photo by Gallo Images/Sowetan/Thulani Mbele)

In early 2011, a month before fired Transnet executive Siyabonga Gama was reinstated at the freight rail operator, the chair of the group's board was asked in a meeting why – if Transnet had a strong case against him – there were moves to bring him back.

His answer?

"We don't know."

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