JOHANNESBURG - The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) has affirmed that the African National Congress (ANC) owes R86 million in opportune asset commitments for more than 530 of its staff individuals.
The FSCA said that the party had not been gathering its commitments to make standard retirement commitments for its staff.
In an explanation delivered on Wednesday, the controller said that it had agreed with the asset for the ANC to pay R10 million every month into the asset.
This comes as the overseeing party has been battling for quite a while to pay its staff their compensations.The post has been circulating on the Facebook social media platform which serves the purpose of informing the public about the daily news happening both locally and globally all over the world.
We ought to see what will happen in the next coming days as this is a very serious issue that needs corrective action to be taken swiftly.
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