President Cyril Ramaphosa took a moment at the yesterday to calm anxiety over the widespread corruption revealed by the state capture inquiry. Ramaphosa assured investors that individuals found guilty of corruption would face prison time.
President Cyril Ramaphosa assured investors yesterday that those found guilty of corruption at the Zondo Commission will be brought to book.
Speaking during a short appearance at a ENSafrica event on Tuesday, Ramaphosa added that guilty individuals will be facing jail time for their wrongdoing.
The event on the sidelines of the Mining Indaba 2019 saw the President emphasizing that South Africa and Africa as a whole holds great value to investors.
Ramaphosa also mentioned that African leaders will be converging in Addis Ababa in the next few days to try and perfect the Africa free trade agreement.
Briefly.co.za reported yesterday that the President had received a letter warning him of the negative consequences of allowing corrupt individuals to go unpunished. The letter had been a joint effort from 5 western nations, including the United States and the UK.
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