WATCH | Zondo commission: Popo Molefe continues with Prasa-related testimony

The judicial commission of inquiry into state capture will on Tuesday continue with Prasa-related testimony.

The commission resumed hearings on Monday, after a break due to the coronavirus pandemic, and former Prasa board chairperson Popo Molefe was first to take the stand.

Molefe told the commission on Monday that he had approached the ANC's national executive committee (NEC) to brief them about corruption and governance failures at the state-owned enterprise.

When probing allegations of financial mismanagement, Molefe reported being met with resistance from top executives at Prasa.

Prasa-related testimony will continue for most of this week.

Stream courtesy of SABC.

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