Julius Malema to serve in Parliament's Joint Committee on Ethics

Julius Malema to serve in Parliament's Joint Committee on Ethics

- EFF's leader Julius Malema is now officially a member of the Parliament's committee on ethics

- Malema was sworn in on the 30th of October

- The committee will be handling Shivambu's corruption case linked to VBS Mutual Bank

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The Economic Freedom Fighter's leader Julius Malema has been sworn in as an official member of Parliament's Joint Committee on Ethics and Members' Interests. Malema was sworn in as member on Tuesday, 30 October.

This is the same committee that will be handling the case of the EFF's Deputy President Floyd Shivambu.

Shivambu is accused of corruption as he and his brother were linked to the VBS Mutual Bank looting scandal by the report by advocate Terry Motau.

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Malema isn't the only new member in the committee. The current co-chairperson Amos Masondo is replaced by Humphrey Maxegwana.

Masondo will be the new chairperson.

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