- Malusi Gigaba and Lynne Brown are among 44 people and 25 companies named in a draft Parliamentary report into state capture
- The report, which was recently leaked, has not been finalised
- Those implicated have not commented, as they claim they have not seen the report yet
Malusi Gigaba, the Home Affairs Minister, and former public enterprises minister, Lynne Brown, have been implicated in a draft Parliamentary report into state capture.
The report suggested Brown and Gigaba be criminally investigated after it found they were among those implicated in state capture.
According to a report by Business Day, senior staff at McKinsey and KPMG should also face the inquiry, because according to the report, these employees acted as private mercenaries for state capture.
The document was recently leaked to the media. In it, 44 individuals and 25 businesses are suspected of being captured.
eNCA reported the newspaper saw a copy of the leaked document. However, it has been reported that the draft Parliamentary report has not been completed as yet.
Meanwhile, those who have been named in the report failed to comment on the matter, citing that they have not seen the document.
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