Dirks, who is an ANC whip in the advisory group, was given with a letter of suspension by the ANC boss whip this week after he wouldn't pull out the letter.
In the letter, he implied that Ramaphosa might have prevaricated himself when he affirmed at the Zondo commission by excluding to enlighten it concerning his insight into the supposed utilization of state assets for an inside ANC crusade.
Dirks is lined up with the ANC group went against to Ramaphosa, known as the RET powers.
After the letter suspending Dirks, the matter seemed to have fallen away, however Scopa administrator Mkhuleko Hlengwa said the panel would proceed with the objection despite the fact that Dirks had since been removed from the board of trustees as a feature of his suspension by the ANC assembly.
"The revealed suspension of Mr Dirks has no material bearing on the matter now in light of the fact that the council maintains whatever authority is needed to welcome or bring any individual to show up before it to give data, proof, or portrayal.
"Moreover, a withdrawal of the letter, if it somehow happened to emerge, doesn't close the matter without fair treatment, as a report would in any case be expected of the panel. The matter is presently a subject of parliamentary cycle and the panel is seized with it and will take choices it considers fit," Hlengwa said in an assertion on Friday.
He said the advisory group was liable for guaranteeing parliamentary oversight and responsibility.
"In any case the related governmental issues, the board will, as it currently does, lead its work with honesty and follow the standards of parliament."
Hlengwa affirmed that the advisory group would sit on Tuesday one week from now to manage the matter.
He said subsequent to getting the letter from Dirks, he educated parliament's seat regarding seats Cedric Frolick, who is likewise an ANC MP.
"During the break time frame I guided the Scopa staff to start gathering data to guarantee that I could appropriately concise individuals from the panel concerning this matter, on the grounds that for certain its reality was clear.
"The work alluded to included drawing in with parliament's legitimate administrations. A sound lawful assessment has effectively been concluded and is expected to be postponed to the council."
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