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says "rot" discovered in Treasury report culminated in him stepping in and assuming control of the media buying division.
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Manyi says Treasury found while interviewing people for its report that it was common practice to split invoices. He says this was worrying.
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He says the R26m contract was "stopped in its tracks" at R6.9m. He says this all happened under Phumla Williams' watch.
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Manyi says all these things happened before he arrived, in January. He notes that "every rule that could be broken was broken".
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Manyi shows commission a document that constituted a R26 million contract with GCIS and signed by someone not delegated to do so.
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IOL News 17m
Manyi now reads a report Treasury compiled, which found that one finding was that Phumla Williams signed off on a document she was not authorised to sign off on. Numerous other damning findings were made.
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Manyi says calamities happening at GCIS happened under the watch of the people Phumla Williams gave "glowing reports" on.
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IOL News 23m
He says bidding committee had an elaborate way or "mini-VBS" way of doing things that were costly. That's why changes were made.
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IOL News 24m
Manyi moves to issue of changing of bid committee, something he proudly admits to making changes to.
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Another change he made was to the auditorium, which was utilised. He cites this as an example of "do it now" culture he introduced.
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IOL News 28m
Among the first changes he made were to the vision statement of GCIS and culture of getting things done immediately. Manyi says he found a "typical government culture" at GCIS.
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IOL News 29m
Manyi now talks of changes he made upon assuming position of GCIS CEO and agrees he made sweeping changes since "it was the right thing to do".
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IOL News 30m
Manyi tries to recall conversation with Chabane, says late minister was not a man of many words. He just came and offered him a choice between two positions.
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IOL News 31m
Manyi says move came as there were troubles in labour department between him and the minister. He thought Chabane's options were a resolution to impasse.
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IOL News 33m
Manyi now sharing when he was made aware of his appointment as GCIS CEO. He says he met late minister Chabane, who gave him two options for positions available. The first was COO position in Presidency and the other was GCIS CEO.
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IOL News 40m
Manyi denies he replaced Themba Maseko in January 2011, says it was February 2011, on the 4th to be exact.
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IOL News 44m
Manyi says he's addressing commission on his capacity as former GCIS CEO and is here on two issues: Subpoena regarding text he sent and Phumla Williams' testimony.
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IOL News 46m
We're back from lunch break and Manyi takes an oath. Before he can speak, Maleka says they've prepared an exhibit of Manyi's statements. They've presented him with this.
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IOL News 51m
Thais have reacted with shock and anger after a 13-year-old boxer died during a charity bout, reviving calls for a ban on fights between children in the brutal Muay Thai martial art.
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IOL News 53m
Acting boss, Advocate Silas Ramaite was repeatedly urged to respond to questions directly when he was interviewed for the substantive job he is vying for, against other candidates.
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