Transnet Executives to appear before South African Members of Parliament


The board and executive management of South Africa’s state-owned freight transport and logistics company, Transnet, are expected to appear before Members of Parliament (MPs) today, 23 January 2018, after Parliament issued them with summonses.

The summons was issued in December shortly after executive and non-executive directors of the company failed to appear before Parliament’s standing committee on public accounts (Scopa).

“Following the failure of the Board and management of Transnet to appear before a scheduled hearing with Scopa on 6 December last year, Scopa resolved to subpoena individual members of the executive and Board members to appear before the Committee to make submissions and answer questions,” confirmed Themba Godi, Scopa Chairman.


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