BLSA ready to support NPA on state capture prosecutions

Controversial Consultancy firm Bain and Company has withdrawn its membership from Business Leadership SA. The firm was found by the State Capture Commission to have aided and abetted corruption at SARS. BLSA readmitted Bain as a member last April after suspending it in September 2018. eNCA speaks to BLSA CEO Busisiwe Mavuso. #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - Big business is ready to support the National Prosecuting Authority in urgently investigating and successfully prosecuting those found to have aided and abetted state capture.

READ: NPA concedes failure to respond to state capture 

Business Leadership South Africa says this has gone on for long enough and all those named in Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo's report must be investigated.  

BLSA CEO Busisiwe Mavuso said, "we stand ready as BLSA to assist in the prosecutions. Jacob Zuma and his friends must be arrested. We're availing our resources. If nothing happens this country will never turn the corner if those involved are not brought to book.

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eNCA

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