- President Ramaphosa is set to address the nation at the Union Buildings regarding Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's findings about the R500k donation by Bosasa
- The Public Protector's report claims that Ramaphosa violated the Executive Ethics Code of conduct
- Ramaphosa will address the country at 6 pm on Sunday, 21 July
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's report on allegations that President Ramaphosa violated the Executive Ethics Code of conduct related to a Bosasa donation and her claim that he lied to Parliament has caused quite the stir in South Africa.
The president has decided to address the issue and will brief the country in Pretoria and will do so at the Union Buildings at 18:00, reported News24.
"Members of the media are invited to a media briefing on the report of the Public Protector on allegations that the President violated the Executive Ethics Code."
Since the Public Protector's report was made public, the president has responded by saying the funds probe was not in her jurisdiction and that it is unfounded. Read more:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that banking group, Absa, is currently also under fire from Mkhwebane for refusing to cooperate in a probe investigating President Ramaphosa.
Absa has subsequently denied that they did so. According to Mkhwebane, Absa received a subpoena regarding the matter, but the company refutes that they received the document.
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