ANC’s trustworthiness bonus pummels Ramaphosa
The governmental issues of 2020 finished in emotional style this week when the ANC‘s respectability bonus took on gathering president Cyril Ramaphosa, saying he had tried not to show up before it for more than year and a half.
In a report released for the current week, ANC uprightness commission seat GeorgeMashamba pummeled Ramaphosa, saying he had wouldn’t show up before it to respond to inquiries concerning his CR17 crusade reserves.
Ramaphosa told the commission it was being managed by the courts.
“It was accordingly an extraordinary frustration to the [commission] when the president disclosed to the administrator of the commission that since this was a lawful issue, he didn’t feel it was on the whole correct to talk about the CR17 lobby assets until the legitimate issue was settled,” Mashamba said in the report.
It was the commission attempting to get defensive. Its reprobation of Ramaphosa came half a month after the commission had suggested that ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule move to one side until his defilement case was concluded