The Chairperson of the African National Congress Gwade Mantashe has been seen as a huge supporter of the Chief Justice of the Republic of South Africa Raymond Zondo and his work at the commission of state capture report inquiry.
All past four state capture reports inquiry were well accepted by the African National Congress and also its leadership but now the fifth report comes with a challenge.
The African National Congress (ANC) national chairperson Gwede Mantashe has taken a jab at the fifth report by the commission of the state capture inquiry.
The African National Congress Gwede Mantashe is not happy with the issue of comrades deployment which got slashed by chief Justin Raymond Zondo at the state capture commission.
“When you say that the deployment strategy of the ANC is unconstitutional, you’re saying to us we must forget that in 1994 every head of government department was a white man. Everyone. And therefore we should’ve sat back and be constitutional and allowed that to continue,” Mantashe said this at the Benoni.
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