Former PRASA CEO Lucky Montana says there is no truth in former ANC Secretary-General Gwede Mantashe’s statements that the ANC was not receiving any money from companies.
He says there is also no truth that the ANC does not know Angolan businesswoman Maria Gomes.
Montana has been giving damning evidence in the Eskom parliamentary inquiry into allegations of State Capture.
“I’ve seen the statements written or issued by the former Secretary-General. He is saying we have never received any money from any company. I met with the former Treasurer General and you know where we met? We didn’t only meet at some hotel or only at Luthuli House. We were meeting at the House of Mariah Gomez were the Treasurer General of the party, myself were meeting to discuss ANC finances and other things, because as a member for the ANC, that’s part of what I was doing.”
He said earlier that former ANC Treasurer General Zweli Mkhize wanted the governing party to be given 10-percent of a multi-million rand tender that was awarded to a company that provided locomotives to PRASA.
Montana claims that he met with Mkhize at a hotel in Sandton and turned down his demand.
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