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Prasa Group CEO Zolani Matthews placed on precautionary suspension

Voyager Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) CEO Zolani Matthews has been put on preliminary suspension. 

Prasa chief Leonard Ramatlakane said after a leader gathering on Thursday they had considered an "attested sensitive matter of security break and other lawfully restricting responsibilities" related with Matthews' business contract. 

The board settled that Matthews be put on suspension approaching an assessment of the matter in his nonattendance. 

"The barricade will attempt to complete the matter expediently to the best benefit of all social occasions included," he said on Friday. 

"The plan of an acting get-together CEO will be passed on and the board will guarantee that the step by step undertakings of the affiliation are not conversely affected." 

Matthews told the Sunday Times just days earlier that the affiliation was in a fundamental state and that its establishment was not ready for any state of the art rail network paying little mind to billions of rand spent on modernisation starting around 2009. 

Matthews said Prasa's interests were self-brought about. Prasa had set up an endeavor bunch, driven by CFO Lesibana Fosu, to work with the auditor general to turn the association around. 

Assessments, including those by past open safeguard Thuli Madonsela, the National Treasury, and others dispatched by Popo Molefe's board in 2015, revealed a pollution frenzy at the state-asserted endeavor that ran into billions of rand some place in the scope of 2009 and 2015 which devastatingly impacted Prasa. 

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