Zondo recommends removal of Zizi Kodwa from deputy state security minister portfolio

2022-04-30 11:45:00 AM

The commission into state capture, headed by chief justice Raymond Zondo, has recommended that President Cyril Ramaphosa consider the position of Zizi Kodwa as deputy minister of state security because of his tainted relationship with controversial businessman and former EOH boss Jehan Mackay.

“The commission accordingly recommends that the president considers the position of Mr Kodwa as deputy minister of state security having regard to the fact that Mr Kodwa appears to find himself in a position where he is beholden by Mr Jehan Mackay,” reads the report.

“Mr Kodwa is beholden by Mr Jehan Mackay to whom he owes more than R1.7m. On his own version, this is a debt which he cannot immediately repay.” The commission also recommended law enforcement agencies investigate attempts by Mackay to induce Kodwa to interfere with procurement processes in the interest of EOH.

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Zondo: Zizi Kodwa 'beholden' to former EOH exec, Ramaphosa must review his position | Fin24In his report, State Capture Report, Chief Justice Raymond Zondo says it is 'untenable' for the deputy minister of State Security to find himself in a position where he is beholden to a suspect in multiple criminal investigations. | Fin24 Fin24 They also recommend who the president should fire or recommend who should vacate ? 🤔 Fin24 It will be painful for Cyril to fire this one Fin24 I was scammed through Bitcoin couple of months ago, I started hating Bitcoin until I was introduced to _ambreymarcus1 , and I gave Bitcoin trading another try, I successfully withdrew R85,000 after two weeks of trading, am so grateful _ambreymarcus1 thank you.

Zondo recommends removal of Zizi Kodwa from deputy state security minister portfolioThe commission into state capture, headed by chief justice Raymond Zondo, has recommended that President Cyril Ramaphosa consider the position of Zizi Kodwa as deputy minister of state security because of his tainted relationship with controversial businessman and former EOH boss Jehan Mackay. Eh not prosecuted kamnadi kwaZondo mos Azkhale 😂😂😂 Reconsider my foot!!! Fire him immediately . We need to see some brave action.

Zondo recommends removal of Zizi Kodwa from deputy state security minister portfolioThe commission into state capture, headed by chief justice Raymond Zondo, has recommended that President Cyril Ramaphosa consider the position of Zizi Kodwa as deputy minister of state security because of his tainted relationship with controversial businessman and former EOH boss Jehan Mackay. Good riddance 👏, he is always defending crimes committed by illegal immigrants and calls OperationDudula a vigilant group Ramaphosa did not have to get this from Zondo Unfortunately for him, De Klerk is not around to defend him. But the Foundation may assist

Zondo recommends removal of Zizi Kodwa from deputy state security minister portfolioThe commission into state capture, headed by chief justice Raymond Zondo, has recommended that President Cyril Ramaphosa consider the position of Zizi Kodwa as deputy minister of state security because of his tainted relationship with controversial businessman and former EOH boss Jehan Mackay. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😂🤣😂😂so Zondo and Cyril are working together . Cyril as President and Zondo as DP David Mahlobo, Pinky Kekana and Thabang Makwetla are surely laughing at this recommendation. StateCaptureReport Average people are becoming rich everyday in this world economy despite the pandemic through Crypto investment like Bitcoin, Ethereum, BoostCoin, BNB, Bitcoin Cash and others . You don’t have to send anyone money Ask ScottMark56 how?

Zizi Kodwa: I am not beholden to Jehan Mackay | Fin24Deputy Minister of State Security Zizi Kodwa has rejected the State Capture Inquiry's finding that he is 'beholden' to former EOH executive Jehan Mackay, who loaned him over R1 million back in 2015. | Fin24 Fin24 'No one is perfect. We all make mistakes. What counts is how we learn from them and move forward.' - Deputy Minister Zizi Kodwa StateCaptureInquiry Fin24 Spokesmen for ANC are a disgrace ,first Carl Nie House KILLING OFF HIS MOTHER FOR INSURANCE PAYOUT for 5million debt now this one .This is why the ANC must be DISBANDED cant trust the old ladies in the AMCWL cant trust the fake MK and cant trust the ANYL after JUJU .TSEK Fin24 Ja ja.... Lock him up!

DAYS OF ZONDO, PART FOUR: Zizi Kodwa’s deputy minister job ‘untenable’ while beholden to corruption-accusedChief Justice Raymond Zondo has recommended President Cyril Ramaphosa ‘consider’ Deputy State Security Minister Zizi Kodwa’s job after finding he was financially beholden to EOH’s Jehan Mackay, who faces a string of corruption allegations. “Consider” but others must immediately step aside? Wow! The sooner ZiziKodwa is sacked the better! He has aready illegitimately earned a Cabinet Minister's salary for nearly a year since his corruption was exposed, by simply sitting tight: What is Ramaphosa's excuse for not acting, after all his AntiCorruption speeches?! pierredevos Consider? Come on CJ Zondo you are destroying the credibility of this process.

Presidency receives fourth volume of the State Capture Report.Zondo: Zizi Kodwa 'beholden' to former EOH exec, Ramaphosa must review his position Sibongile Khumalo Share Deputy Minister of State Security Zizi Kodwa.10 months ago “The commission accordingly recommends that the president considers the position of Mr Kodwa as deputy minister of state security having regard to the fact that Mr Kodwa appears to find himself in a position where he is beholden by Mr Jehan Mackay,” reads the report.10 months ago “The commission accordingly recommends that the president considers the position of Mr Kodwa as deputy minister of state security having regard to the fact that Mr Kodwa appears to find himself in a position where he is beholden by Mr Jehan Mackay,” reads the report.

#satiktoknews #statecapture “The commission accordingly recommends that the president considers the position of Mr Kodwa as deputy minister of state security having regard to the fact that Mr Kodwa appears to find himself in a position where he is beholden by Mr Jehan Mackay,” reads the report. “Mr Kodwa is beholden by Mr Jehan Mackay to whom he owes more than R1. Kodwa is said to have been"beholden" to former EOH executive Jehan Mackay The commission says Mackay should be subject to multiple criminal investigations.7m. On his own version, this is a debt which he cannot immediately repay. On his own version, this is a debt which he cannot immediately repay. The report points to a beneficial relationship involving personal loans made to him by Mackay and an apparent attempt to buy his influence in the awarding of tenders.”  The commission also recommended law enforcement agencies investigate attempts by Mackay to induce Kodwa to interfere with procurement processes in the interest of EOH. If its recommendations are implemented, Mackay would be subject to multiple criminal investigations.

If its recommendations are implemented, Mackay would be subject to multiple criminal investigations.6 million to Kodwa and another R30 000 for his benefit. Mr Kodwa is beholden by Mr Jehan Mackay to who he owes more than R1. Mr Kodwa is beholden by Mr Jehan Mackay to who he owes more than R1.7m. From luxury accommodation to loans and other gratuities, Kodwa is found to have been"beholden" to Mackay, the former executive director of EOH Mthombo, a subsidiary of EOH. On his own version, this is a debt which he cannot immediately repay Zondo report The commission said though it had not seen evidence to show impropriety on the part of Kodwa in relation to attempts by Mackay to induce him to interfere with procurement processes in the interest of EOH, due to time constraints it could not independently investigate if Kodwa may or may have not done anything to influence the awarding of tenders.  “It would not be difficult for an influential or important figure in a political party that is the majority party in the municipality to influence either officials within the municipality or councillors of such municipality to influence relevant officials within the municipality,” the report reads.  “It would not be difficult for an influential or important figure in a political party that is the majority party in the municipality to influence either officials within the municipality or councillors of such municipality to influence relevant officials within the municipality,” the report reads. READ |  EXPLAINER | How EOH got caught up in a tender mess that drew state capture attention "Mr Kodwa is beholden to Mr Jehan Mackay, to whom he owes more than R1.  The commission commended EOH for being co-operative and said theirs was a unique case.

  The commission commended EOH for being co-operative and said theirs was a unique case. “Alone among all the companies that have been mentioned in the proceedings of the commission, EOH proactively approached the commission to be given the opportunity to disclose publicly what wrongdoing had taken place historically within its ranks. On his own version, this is a debt which he cannot immediately repay. It sought also to explain what it has already done and what it proposes to do to make reparation for such wrongdoing and to prevent similar wrongdoing occurring within its ranks in the future. It sought also to explain what it has already done and what it proposes to do to make reparation for such wrongdoing and to prevent similar wrongdoing occurring within its ranks in the future.” Click here for the latest news and analysis of the state capture inquiry The commission said EOH’s attitude is illustrative of the attitude it has taken towards regulatory and law enforcement authorities in general. Mackay himself is among a group of former executives that EOH is pursuing in a bid to recoup some of the monies lost to the group to corrupt activities. “Since the appointment of Mr Stephen van Coller as CEO of EOH in September 2018, Mr van Coller and the board of EOH have presided over a process where ENS forensics have been appointed to conduct independent and unfettered investigations into EOH’s historical involvement in irregular and corrupt procurements practices. EOH has committed itself to making the results of these investigations public and to assisting regulatory and law enforcement authorities with their investigations into matters that have been revealed by the ENS forensics investigations. EOH has committed itself to making the results of these investigations public and to assisting regulatory and law enforcement authorities with their investigations into matters that have been revealed by the ENS forensics investigations.

EOH has committed itself to making the results of these investigations public and to assisting regulatory and law enforcement authorities with their investigations into matters that have been revealed by the ENS forensics investigations.4 billion.” The report said the primary credit for the attitude taken by EOH must be accorded to Van Coller because when he was appointed in 2018 he was aware of adverse media reports relating to EOH. “His response to these reports was not to seek to negate them, but rather to investigate to establish whether they were substantiated. Some of the benefits received by Kodwa involved"substantial donations" to the ANC by the EOH group. When it became clear that there was substance to several of these reports he put in place a wide range of measures. When it became clear that there was substance to several of these reports he put in place a wide range of measures.” TimesLIVE Support independent journalism by subscribing to the   . He says he repeatedly attempted to engage Kodwa in relation to pending EOH Group tenders. Just R20 for the first month.

Just R20 for the first month. READ MORE:. READ MORE: . It further added that although there was no evidence to show impropriety on the part of Kodwa in relation to the attempts by Mackay to induce him to interfere with procurement processes in the interests of EOH,"it is important to point out that the commission was not able, due to time constraints" to investigate what Kodwa may or may not have done.