South African prosecutors arrest former Transnet officials in Zuma case.

South African prosecutors have arrested several former executives at public logistics company Transnet, which is at the centre of a high-profile investigation into corruption during Jacob Zuma’s tenure as president.
Reports say South Africa’s National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said Transnet’s former chief executive officer Brian Molefe and finance chief Anoj Singh were among four people held in connection with a multimillion-dollar corruption case.
The arrested appeared before a court in Johannesburg and were granted about three thousand dollars bail.
An NPA spokesperson confirmed to newsmen that the executives are facing charges of fraud and breaching public finance regulations.