Traveler Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) CEO Zolani Matthews has been put on preparatory suspension.
Prasa director Leonard Ramatlakane said after an executive gathering on Thursday they had considered an "affirmed touchy matter of safety break and other legally binding commitments" related with Matthews' business contract.
The board settled that Matthews be put on suspension forthcoming an examination of the matter in his nonattendance.
"The board will try to finish up the matter speedily to the greatest advantage of all gatherings included," he said on Friday.
"The arrangement of an acting gathering CEO will be conveyed and the board will ensure that the day by day tasks of the association are not contrarily impacted."
Matthews told the Sunday Times only days prior that the association was in a basic state and that its foundation was not prepared for any cutting edge rail network regardless of billions of rand spent on modernisation beginning around 2009.
Matthews said Prasa's concerns were self-incurred. Prasa had set up an undertaking group, driven by CFO Lesibana Fosu, to work with the inspector general to turn the organization around.
Examinations, including those by previous public defender Thuli Madonsela, the National Treasury, and others dispatched by Popo Molefe's board in 2015, uncovered a defilement craze at the state-claimed undertaking that ran into billions of rand somewhere in the range of 2009 and 2015 which devastatingly affected Prasa.
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