The Democratic Alliance (DA) says it has written to the Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, to request an urgent meeting relating to investigations into State Capture cases.
In a statement on Sunday, DA spokesperson on State Capture Natasha Mazzone said the meeting is to discuss development made regarding cases her party has opened against those implicated into “looting of the state.”
According to Mazzone DA has laid about 10 charges with the police since 2016, saying the nation deserve an update and transparency on these investigations and the developments.
To this point, said Mazzone, the DA has laid these charges against the following relevant personnel and entities:
- On the 17-Nov-16: Brian Molefe, in terms of the following acts, on the Public Protector State Capture Report and Molefe’s abuse of powers to with Gupta-owned entities
- On the 28-Nov-16: Eskom and Trillian, CAS 70/11/2016. The DA’s affidavit concerns possible criminal and/or statutory offences committed
- On the 27-Mar-17: Matshela Koko, former CEO of Eskom, and his alleged acts of maleficence, CAS 2067/5/2017.
- On the 20-Jul-17: Anoj Singh, former CFO of Eskom for his alleged part in state capture, CAS 1685/7/2017.
- On the 19-Sep-17: McKinsey & Trillian for their alleged role in state capture CAS 1156/9/2017.
- On the 29-Sep-17: SAP for implications of corruption, CAS 1800/9/2017.
- On the 30-Sep-17: Just Coal and its alleged involvement in corruption, CAS 1803/9/2017.
- On the 8-Mar-18: Bank of Baroda for their alleged involvement in illicit funds linked to the Guptas, CAS 454/3/2018.
- On the 17-Apr-18: Denel for a Bursary of R1 million paid to the son of the North West Premier, Supra Mahumapelo.
We have also laid charges against Transnet and Mr. Gama, former CEO of Transnet
“The police have a duty to analyze the expenses in opposition to those implicated in looting the country. On November 27, 2018, my colleague, DA Shadow Minister of Police Zakhele Mbhele, and myself, will go Cape Town Police Station, to offer police with more records for the affidavits the DAhas submitted,” said Mazzone.
We will complement our current cases with the evidence provided by using the subsequent chapters within the explosive treasury report:
- Chapter I: Final Report: Forensic Investigation into Various Allegations at Transnet
- Chapter II: Mckinsey, Trillian and Regiments
- Chapter III: Report relating to Eskom investigations
Mazzone stated South Africans need to see implicated politicians, officers and corporates face consequences in their actions and jailed