- Any ANC members linked to the looting of VBS Mutual Bank are to step down - as advised by the ANC integrity commission
- The commission says it's the only way to protect the ruling party's integrity
- Two ANC members have been implicated by a report by advocate Terry Motau
The African National Congress' national integrity commission wants any ANC members linked to the VBS Mutual Bank looting to step down.
According to the commission, this is requested in order to protect the reputation and integrity of the ruling party.
The commission released a statement on Monday that advises that anyone implicated or allegedly implicated must face disciplinary action or account to the commission.
The forensic report written on the looting by Advocate Terry Motau implicated Limpopo treasurer Danny Msiza and deputy chairperson Florence Radzilani.
eNCA reports that there are several municipalities have unlawfully invested an amount of R1.5 billion in the bank.
This comes after The Presidency denied claims that President Ramaphosa had any prior knowledge or was warned about the looting which took place at VBS Mutual Bank, as reported on by Briefly.
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