The highest agenda at an ANC NEC assembly this previous weekend was on Tender fraud and corruption regarding the procurement of PPE.
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s name for a full investigation has been supported by the occasion’s high brass.
Vuyo Mvoko, a political editor was on seat with ANC secretary-general, Ace Magashule, whose sons haven’t been linked to the tender debacle.
The ANC in Gauteng has requested their integrity committee to look into the problem of corruption and report again in 4 weeks.
“Now we have talked about corruption, we’ve got talked in regards to the issues of our folks throughout this troublesome occasions of COVID.”
“Now we have at all times talked about corruption on a regular basis,” Magashule mentioned whereas urging regulation enforcement to do their work objectively with out being influenced by management or media.
Magashule addressed experiences that his sons have benefited from COVID-19 tenders and acknowledged there’s nothing mistaken with the members of the family of political leaders doing enterprise with the state.