Corruption alleged in huge oil deal plan
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Seiti says his firing from Santaco in October is “unlawful and unfair”.
In court papers Seiti says he was dismissed after he came across the draft of a memorandum of agreement and referral agreement between Bhengu’s company, Santaco Trading, Mthembu and Msimang on the importing of crude oil.
Seiti charged in his papers that Bhengu’s oversight role in Parliament of the Department of Transport, where Santaco derived most of its funding, constituted a “conflict of interest”.
But in reply Santaco’s lawyers said Seiti had been employed as a consultant to develop a magazine, and that he was a freelancer.
Attorneys Malebye Motaung Mtembu Inc asked the court to dismiss Seiti’s application because Seiti had not been fired.
Bhengu’s interests in Riblore 22 cc were declared before the Joint Committee on Ethics and Members’ Interest this year.
She owns 40 percent of the company, described as a bulk petroleum supplier, and declared that she only earned R40 from it.
Seiti has also lodged a complaint with the Public Protector for investigation, but Bhengu said she was not aware of the investigation.
“The office of the Public Protector has not contacted me about any matter,” she said. “My understanding is that Santaco is funded by the Department of Transport, not the Santaco Trading Company and fuel filling stations.”