Suspended chief financial officer Anoj Singh. File Image: IOL

CAPE TOWN - Suspended chief financial officer Anoj Singh has finally met with the public enterprise's committee on state capture. The meeting, however, did not last long. 

Singh only provided documents to the committee late last night. 

The documents are apparently 400 pages and therefore the committee has had no time to accurately prepare for Singh's testimony. 

"I want you to register our disappointment," the committee's chair Daphne Rantho told Singh. 

Rantho said Singh was given six months to prepare his documents and evidence. 

"You seem to have undermined the work of Parliament," said Rantho. 

"We are going to give you another date when you should come to the committee and come to account on money spent on Eskom." 

"We are therefore not going to continue with you today."

ACDP's Steve Swart said he was disappointed and outraged that Singh would think it was appropriate to send documents so late. 

The Shadow Minister of Public Enterprises, Natasha Mazzone called Singh's behaviour unacceptable and said "shame should be on you" for undermining parliament. 

Anoj Singh will meet the committee in January, a date has yet to be determined.