- Arrests will be made within the next few weeks and top Eskom and Transnet executives will be facing the music
-Ex-CEO Brian Molefe and Siyabonga Gama are reportedly among those to be nabbed by the SIU
- The NPA has confirmed that the high-profile arrests are set to be carried out next month
The walls are closing in for old top dogs at both Eskom and Transnet, with those involved in state capture set to be arrested soon.
TimesLIVE reports that Brian Molefe, Siyabonga Gama and chief financial officer Anoj Singh are expected to be nabbed in early January.
The National Investigating Directorate saw it's first arrests made earlier this week when Eskom executives were arrested.
Briefly.co.za reported that the suspects faced charges including money laundering, fraud, and corruption in connection with a R745 million tender.
These new arrests will be carried out after investigators from as far as the United States collaborated on the cases emerging from the numerous inquiries currently underway.
The NPA is charging those set to be arrested over the R54.5 billion tender for just over 1 000 trains. Originally set to cost R36 billion, Transnet is set to have the transactions declared illegal.
In response to the news of his impending arrest, Molefe simply commented that:
"I am not involved in any corruption. What case is there for me to answer? I am sorry to disappoint you."
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