Travel expenses scandal: Inside the investigation - DA's Leon Schreiber

More than 200 individuals have enjoyed free air flights paid for by taxpayers. These include former apartheid government ministers and individuals named in the state capture scandal - including some who are facing criminal charges in connection with graft. Each former minister got a maximum of 88 business class flights a year. In this interview with BizNews editor Jackie Cameron, Leon Schreiber shares what sparked the investigation, what was uncovered, who the primary beneficiaries are - and what's next. ‘We need to repurpose the state so that it serves the people and not just the state,’ he says.