- Phumla Williams accused Faith Muthambi of physical and emotional abuse when she testified before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture
- Muthambi responded by calling Williams a liar and manipulator
- Dr Makhosi Khoza, however, believes Williams is telling the truth about Muthambi
South Africa's former Minister of Communications, Faith Muthambi, was accused by Government Communication and Information System acting chief executive, Phumla Williams, of abuse and torture.
Muthambi denied the accusations and called Williams a liar and manipulator. Williams made these accusations when she testified during the State Capture Inquiry, as reported on by Briefly.co.za.
However, executive director with Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse Dr Makhosi Khoza believes Williams told the truth.
The Citizen reports Khoza is convinced Williams told the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture the truth, as she has had dealings with Muthambi before.
She says she knows Williams and respects her. Khoza added that Muthambi was always protected by former president Jacob Zuma when she was in trouble.
Khoza earlier investigated Muthambi's conduct when she was accused of nepotism but didn't get very far because Muthambi didn't attend parliamentary committee meetings. Khoza says the committee was eventually convinced by Muthambi to gang up against her.
Here's a short video about what Williams had to say during her testimony:
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