Transnet along with the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) got the in-between time limitation request on Monday.
It is regarding claims that Lebelo and Mashamba scored payoffs from providers and occupants of Transnet
property in return for aiding channel rewarding agreements their way.
The SIU and Transnet are anticipating bringing common activity against Lebelo and Mashamba.
Meanwhile, they had moved toward the exceptional council requesting that it freeze different resources - including properties they say were gained with the mystery benefits the two men procured through their dodgy dealings as well as their annuity reserves.
As far as the decision gave over on Monday, they've presently been banished from selling, renting, giving, moving, or discarding the properties - which have been set heavily influenced by a guardian.
Transnet's likewise been prohibited from paying out their benefits.
However, the request actually should be settled.
The case gets back to court in November.
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