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Has this PPE scandalous comrade found her way back into the ANC?

The drama wishes happening in the revolutionary party of ANC continues to amaze those who watch from the sidelines. Following cases or several suspensions of members, they now seems to be some who are finding their way into the party. One such comrade those finding your way is the presidential spokesperson. What is however mysterious is that there is no official communication yet.

The Presidency is yet to confirm reports that President Cyril Ramaphosa's spokesperson Khusela Diko has been reinstated with a warning. Diko took a leave of absence in July last year following allegations of her late husband's involvement in a PPE tender scandal.


In a report that was published by SAfm News, no further details were disclosed.

Since the start of the coronavirus induced lockdown, several ANC members have been caught with their hands dipped in the cookie jah. Among them was former minister of health Dr Zweli Mkhize.

ANC members are now known for their appetite of looting public funds. This habit does not give a positive picture of the party as they battle to spruce up their image.

Some believe that Ramaphosa always displays his ignorance in public whenever he is questioned about the conduct of the members of his party. One notable incident was when he claimed he never knew anything about the claimed state capture when he was the deputy president.

The picture that is being portrayed to the public is that Khusela did not know what her husband was doing too. It may sound fishy if one person is going to be given a warning on something they do not have knowledge of.

The major concern now is what is the current stance of the Ramaphosa administration on corruption. Ramaphosa advocates for zero tolerance on corruption and this latest incident may raise eyebrows.


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