Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) has admitted that there has been a general collapse in controls of all areas of business, including human resources , financial and administration.
Today Prasa appeared before Scopa to account for R13.9 billion irregular expenditure highlighted in the Auditor General's latest report on government departments and entities.
Scopa chairman, Themba Godi, says there are four cases currently being investigated by Hawks, and more than 60 inquiries referred to the police.
We have pushed that aspect of law enforcement needs to be sped up, because unless there is demonstrable evidence that those who are corrupt will face serious consequences we will never win.— Themba Godi, Scopa chairman
Godi says they want to know individuals responsible for authorising irregular and corrupt deals.
Listen to the audio below to hear Scopa chair Themba Godi's take on the **situation at Prasa...**