Tender fraud and corruption relating to the procurement of PPE was top of the agenda at an ANC NEC meeting this past weekend. Political editor Vuyo Mvoko sat down with ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule, whose sons have also been linked to the tender debacle. Courtesy #DStv403
JOHANNESBURG - ANC Secretary-General, Ace Magashule, says he has evidence of law enforcement agencies being used to fight battles within the ANC.
Magashule is the first senior party official to publicly level such accusations on the Ramaphosa-led administration.
"We are saying to law enforcement agencies, do your work without favour or prejudice."
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"Do not be influenced by the media, don't be influenced by leaders, politicians, do your work objectively and I think that is the message we are saying but fight corruption wherever it is," he said.
The ANC’s NEC spent this past weekend discussing, among other things, claims of tender fraud in the procurement of Personal protective equipment (PPE).