Mention Time: 04 Sep 2018 11:04
AVE: R 63,800.00
Former communication minister Faith Muthambi says Phumla Williams` testimony at the state capture inquiry violated the spirit and credibility of the commission. Muthambi says she watched the commission with alarm when Williams reduced her opportunity to provide legal and credible testimony to a personal inappropriate and unjustified attack on Muthambi.
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