The African National Congress (ANC) called on all its members who participated in the state capture investigation to go to the commission and present their version of events.
Several ANC officials, including Nomvula Mokonyane and Vincent Smith, were named in shocking allegations of bribery and corruption on the commission of former Bosasa executive Angelo Agrizzi. On Tuesday, the ANC held a briefing in the House of Luthuli to comment on the recent meeting of the NEC and lekgotla. The party made it clear that it would not comment on or act against any of its members on the basis of allegations made in the state commission of inquiry into the seizure. Zizi Kodwa of the ANC says claims must be considered in court. Kodwa says that commissions should also be allowed to complete their work.
“Those who are involved should contact the commission and suggest any alternative version they have. I think it is important to say. ” At the same time, the ANC states that it has recently confirmed the independence of the South African Reserve Bank.
Recently, the Reserve Bank has been under political pressure to change its policies and powers in the interests of the majority of South Africans.
Secretary General Ace Magashule says that the relationship of power should change in the economy if the ANC is serious about radical economic transformations.
“The reserve bank must ensure a flexible monetary policy regime and, without sacrificing its stability, it must ensure that monetary policy takes into account other goals, such as job creation and economic growth.”