The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has opened a case of bribery and corruption against former African National Congress (ANC) Treasurer-General Zweli Mkhize.

The case was opened at the Hillbrow Police station in Johannesburg.

This follows Tuesday’s revelations by former Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) Chief Executive Officer Lucky Montana, who told Parliament’s Eskom Inquiry that Mkhize allegedly solicited a bribe from him on behalf of the ANC.

Montana said Mkhize requested for the ANC to be given 10% of a multi-million rand tender that was awarded to a company that provided locomotives to Prasa.

EFF Secretary General Gordich Gardee says Tuesday’s testimony by Montana is enough evidence for Mkhize to be brought to book.

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