Moyane’s lawyer, Eric Mabuza, said that should a court subpoena his long-term and high-profile client to enlighten it on the contentious matter, he can do so with ease as no one defies a court instruction.
“Of course he can testify if he is subpoenaed by the courts to do so. That is obvious as when subpoenaed you have to come to court and give evidence,” Mabuza said on behalf of his client when asked by Independent Media whether he can make the claims under oath.
But the lawyer could not answer questions of what Moyane thinks of the decision by public enterprises minister, Pravin Gordhan, to challenge the findings which includes the unit by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane when considering the fact he (Moyane) insists that the unit existed.
The findings of Mkhwebane on the rogue unit matter will be challenged this morning by Gordhan in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria.