DAYS OF ZONDO: Nobody at the helm of Prasa: Dipuo Peters and Popo Molefe point fingers
On the left, the former Minister of Transport Dipuo Peters and the former President of Prasa, Popo Molefe. (Photos: Gallo Images / Thapelo Maphakela | Gallo Images / Beeld / Lisa Hnatowicz)
Much of Tuesday’s testimony at the State Capture Commission focused on a key issue: Why didn’t the South African Passenger Rail Agency replace the Group’s CEO, Lucky Montana, immediately after he left the agency? Former Transport Minister Dipuo Peters and former board chairman Popo Molefe say it is the other’s fault.
The State Capture Commission heard on Tuesday, February 23, that following Lucky Montana’s resignation from the South African Passenger Rail Agency (Prasa), there was no one to replace him. Since leaving Montana in 2015, Prasa has not had a permanent group chief executive officer (GCEO).