ACSA CEO Bongani Maseko to be suspended - communications strategist

Communications strategist, Dominic Ntsele, says he has seen a forensic report which show that Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) chief executive officer, Bongani Maseko, has never participated in tender structures since his appointed as the CEO.

Ntsele says the report was leaked to the media by member of the ACSA board Advocate Kenosi Moroka.

He has never participated in any tender structures. No tender board. None of the tender structures.

Dominic Ntsele, communications strategist

There was a pre-suspension hearing this morning. It might still be continuing. I am not speculating.

Dominic Ntsele, communications strategist

The fact that there was a report which is being refused to the person accused, but is leaked to the media and yet that person is being asked questions based on this report is worrying.

Dominic Ntsele, communications strategist

Hear what the minister said when he was asked about the leaked ACSA report below...

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