ANC talks tough on PPE tender fraud


The top agenda at an ANC NEC meeting this past weekend was on Tender fraud and corruption relating to the procurement of PPE.

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s call for a full investigation has been supported by the party’s top brass.

Vuyo Mvoko, a political editor was on seat with ANC secretary-general, Ace Magashule, whose sons have not been linked to the tender debacle.

The ANC in Gauteng has asked their integrity committee to look into the issue of corruption and report back in four weeks.

“We have talked about corruption, we have talked about the concerns of our people during this difficult times of COVID.”

We have always talked about corruption all the time,” Magashule said while urging law enforcement to do their work objectively without being influenced by leadership or media.

Magashule addressed reports that his sons have benefited from COVID-19 tenders and stated there is nothing wrong with the family members of political leaders doing business with the state.

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