President Ramaphosa wants the #VBS scandal to be handled swiftly

President Ramaphosa wants the #VBS scandal to be handled swiftly

- President Cyril Ramaphosa wants those who are implicated of wrongdoing in the VBS scandal to face the consequences

- The president feels that dealing with corruption and those guilty of it will build a strong foundation for SA

- He added that investors are looking at the country and corruption must be smothered.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa wants developments around the VBS scandal to be dealt with swiftly, adding that all the individuals implicated should face the music.

President Ramaphosa wants the VBS Mutual Bank scandal to be settled quickly. He wants all those implicated to face responsibility for their actions.

President Ramaphosa was addressing the crowd at the Fundraising Gala Dinner on Saturday in KZN when he touched on the VBS subject.

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The president reminded people that investors are looking at South Africa from across the globe and it is important to handle any corruption swiftly.

We need to speed up the process of ensuring that those who have done wrong against our people should be made to account without delay.

President Ramaphosa feels that the VBS scandal is just as worrying as the Steinhoff saga of 2017, according to a report by News24.

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The president added that dealing with corruption effectively will build a strong foundation for the country. He went on to say that harsh consequences must be faced by those who did wrong against South Africans.

We say that must come to an end, we must act with speed against people who do wrong things.

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