Bribery tainted TransNamib board member sinks deeper

By Hilary Mare

NEW evidence on bribery and extortion facing TransNamib board member, Oscar Kaveru where he is alleged to have solicited a kickback from a trucking company to facilitate purchase of land is substantive and will warrant action, public enterprises minister Leon Jooste has said.

Jooste was speaking in view of a letter dated December 18 2020 seen by Confidente and penned by FP du Toit Transport Group chief financial officer, Leodolf Swanepoel to TransNamib CEO, Johny Smith alleging that Kaveru had asked to be paid extra if he would get them a deal to purchase land belonging to TransNamib.

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