The ANC Integrity Commission will be meeting with Deputy-President David Mabuza next week. Mabuza will be joined by other members who were flagged in the commission's report.
The ANC's Integrity Commission will be meeting with David Mabuza next week to hear his version of events.
The Deputy-President will be joined by other ANC members who were all flagged in the entity's report.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier today that Mabuza had opted out of being sworn in as the Deputy-President in Parliament, electing to deal with the commission first instead.
In the wake of public outcry over the integrity of politicians featuring on the ANC's parliamentary list, President Cyril Ramaphosa released a statement indicating Mabuza's postponement.
The commission had completed work reviewing questionable members, releasing a report flagging Mabuza along with ministers Nomvula Mokonyane, Bathabile Dlamini and Gwede Mantashe.
While the ANC has yet to act on the report, it seems as if it has still managed to hold weight, with the deputy himself opting to tackle it instead of continuing to serve in Parliament.
Eyewitness News reports that the commission has set aside three days next week in order to meet with the flagged ANC members, after which they would decide the fate of the politicians involved.
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