Matjila must not play games, he must go now - Bantu Holomisa
The United Democratic Movement says Public Investment Corporation (PIC) CEO Dan Matjila should have resigned a long time ago considering his alleged role in a PIC deal involving Nhlanhla Nene's son.
According to Fin24, Matjila has offered to step down from the PIC, but only in five months.
It's understood that Matjila has not actually submitted his resignation but has merely proposed that he will do so at the end of January under a plan which will see him remain chief executive during a three-month notice period ending in April.
It is said he will also avail himself to assist the commission of inquiry which President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed to investigate the affairs of the PIC.
The board is expected to sit on Friday.
UDM leader Bantu Holomisa says Matjila must step down immediately.
One of the reasons why Nene resigned is because of the deal of Mozambique because of his son and the role played by Matjila, if it is debated in the forthcoming inquiry, that on it's own would have allowed government to replace Matjila.Bantu Holomisa, UDM leader
In so far as his offer, it is clear that this is a deal that has been hammered by the ANC leadership which has been benefiting over the years through misusing this fund.Bantu Holomisa, UDM leader
Matjila must not play a Zuma card to us, to say I need to groom or handover this or that. He is going under the cloud. He should leave now so that the staff at PIC are free to testify. Matjila must not play games, he must go now.Bantu Holomisa, UDM leader
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