PRETORIA – United Democratic Movement (UDM) leader, Bantu Holomisa, was back in the hot seat at the PIC Commission of Inquiry into impropriety at the state-owned entity during certain periods, on Monday.
The morning’s proceedings were characterised by back and forth exchanges between Holomisa and Advocate Danny Berger, who is representing Lebashe Investment (Lebashe), Harith General Practitioners (GP) and Harith Fund Managers (FM).
These organisations were implicated by Holomisa, when he testified before retired Judge Lex Mpati earlier during the commission.
All three companies are linked to former deputy finance minister Jabu Moleketi, who was also a chairman of the Public Investment Corporation (PIC).
Moloketi is now the chairman of the board at Harith GP, and also sits on the board of Lebashe - both companies received funding from the PIC.