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OPINION | Glencore Paid Judges To Make Cases Disappear - Tony Yengani Fumes

Tony Yengeni, an ANC veteran, has now revealed that the Glencore organization used to pay judges to make cases disappear under the watchful eye of the court.

Glencore allegedly offered judges pay-offs to make accusations go away, pay-offs to win oil agreements, and pay-offs to avoid government reviews.

This comes after the company was exposed for its misdeeds when Damian Williams, a federal inspector in Manhattan, described the payoff as "faltering." Glencore has agreed to pay $1.5 billion in settlements for its involvement in environmental pollution.

When Tony Yengeni recommended people to consider who is closest to Glencore and is now dealing with South African legislative concerns, he raised a lot of questions.

"Glencore paid judges to dismiss cases. Consider who in our current political system is closest to Glencore." Yengeni explained.

According to social commentators, in South Africa, they will wait to hear from CEO Raymond Zondo on how he will respond to this confession.

"Justice Raymond Zondo, the boss, stated that their hands, as well as their goals, were spotless. Zondo can't be wrong; these people have been apprehended "others have stated.

"They are excused and granted a break course from responsibility in South Africa by a factional political endeavor known as the state catch commission, despite all the evidence shown against them," says the author.

The specks appear to be progressively interacting now, and it may take some time before all of the crucial data is revealed.

Glencore, which is paying $1.5 billion in settlements in the United States for its role in massive pollution, is a similar company to the one in which president Cyril Ramaphosa was caught up in the state capture for allegedly rigging coal prices.

Because the state catch resembled a web with various connections, it took a long time for it to be detected, despite the fact that a lot was going on.

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