The Free State provincial government is apparently playing hardball over evidence that could implicate ANC Secretary-General Ace Magashule.
This is according to Mxolisi Dukwana, the former Free State Economic Development MEC.
Testifying at the Zondo Commission on state capture on Friday, Dukwana said the Free State government did not hand over certain documents required to corroborate his testimony despite repeated requests.
The documents include Dukwana’s official cellphone and travel records as well as Magashule’s travel records from 2009.
Dukwana also sought a presentation on a controversial multibillion rand construction project and his diary during his term of office as MEC, Mail&Guardian reports.
Dukwana said he’s yet to obtain his cellphone records and diary. Although he obtained Magashule’s travel records, he suggested that they could have been falsified.