- The African National Congress feels that Helen Zille's integrity has been compromised and she must vacate her office as Premier of the Western Cape or be fired
- This comes after Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, has determined that Zille violated the code of ethics in 2014
- Zille insists she followed the proper procedures in the matter
The ANC wants Premier Helen Zille to vacate her office in the Western Cape or be fired as stands accused of abusing her position.
The WC ANC's spokesperson, Khaya Magaxa, says the ANC will be investigating this accusation.
The ANC demands an investigation into Zille and her abuse of her position, as well as her wanton pushing of her family. She must vacate her office or be fired for bringing it into disrepute and controversy.
According to a report by EWN, the ANC sees Zille as a liability and unfit to hold her position.
This comes after Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, has determined that Zille violated the code of ethics by using her position to secure tablets for her son's programme at a Khayelitsha school in 2014.
Briefly.co.za reported that the complaint had been brought forward by Cameron Dugmore, an ANC member of the Western Cape legislature, in 2017.
However, Zille rejected Mkhwebane's findings and maintained that she had followed procedures in dealing with the matter, specifically to avoid the conflict of interest in question.
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