CR17 transparent questions and answer by Pres. Cyril Ramaphosa.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has finally availed himself to give details and answer questions relating to his CR17 presidential campaign donors.
Opposition parties have been questioning the funders of his massive campaign that played a critical role to his presidential seat. There have been unconfirmed claims by the EFF about who the funders were.
Nicky Oppenheimer from one of the family that contributed R1 Billion to the Covid-19 stimulus earlier this year were among those mentioned by the EFF. The public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane was under fire for apparently stepping out of her perimeters to investigate and release a report about CR17 campaign sponsors.
Top ANC officials to appear before the party’s integrity committee
President Cyril Ramaphosa and Ace Magashule are expected to appear to the ANC’s integrity Committee respectively.
Secretary General Ace Magashule sparked outrage after the remarks he made after his name was implicated to Corruption scandals. Ace Magashule said he would not step aside due to corruption.
Meanwhile President Cyril ramaphosa is expected to give detailed answers on the funders of his CR17 presidential campaign.
Zuma responds with an open letter to Cyril Ramaphosa’s corruption letter.
The ANC government has been surrounded with great criticism relating to corruption over the past years in leadership. Things have spiralled worse in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Covid-19 Corruption scandals in the procurement of Personal protective equipment (PPEs) placed the ruling party under spotlight as more ANC officials are implicated in the scandals.
President Cyril Ramaphosa slammed the ANC and labelled them as “Accused Number 1” in the recent corruption scandals on an open letter sent to members of the ANCs.
Former president Jacob Zuma responded with a 12 (pages) open letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa, questioning his leadership, and calling on him to deal with the top ANC officials and leave ordinary members of the ANC out of the scourge of Corruption. Zuma further slammed Ramaphosa for allegedly sacrificing the people of South Africa to White Monopolies when seeking funding for presidential campaign.