Manyi's looks comes at the same time ANC has given an attestation exhorting it's workers that it can not pay their compensation rates for September on time and moreover that their astounding compensation rates for July and August will not be paid until extra notice.
Mzwanele Manyi said he saw this calamity coming in 2017 when president Cyril Ramaphosa ruled.
In 2017, Manyi battled that the FICA bill was intended to bankrupt the African Public Congress, but Ramaphosa hit back at Mzwanele Manyi and said that he was not examining the ANC he was driving.
The Monetary Insight Place Change Act (FICA) was expected to make the South African money related structure biased to abuse as illicit expense aversion and the financing of mental fighting and adjust the country to Worldwide rules that have been set up relating to threatening to tax avoidance and countering the financing of mental mistreatment.
This show is certified to an influence the records of the African Public Congress who had throughout the span of the years been getting gifts from various affiliations and associations, creating a ruckus that a piece of the money the choice party used to get in the past from gifts might have not been "immaculate" cash, yet it helped the improvement keep afloat.
The new divulgences by the affiliation that it was coming up short as demonstrated by it's weakness to pay it's staff workers their compensation rates, is by somehow a sign that the FICA bill conversely influenced them to the extent how they used to get their assets beforehand.
Mzwanele Manyi battles that he has now been defended as ANC is right now fail to pay it's workers in light of financial constraints.
"Where there is no vision, people pass on. I saw this catastrophe coming in 2017, yet Ramaphosa invalidated me. Disastrously I'm legitimized.
Administrative issues aside, I feel for the staff people from the ANC, they merit better. They have bills to pay and families to deal with," he said.
Manyi adds that ANC was hardest hit by FICA bill since it is maintained by the people who work with government and as of now they are scared to keep on siphoning accounts into the advancement as they fear their tenders might be misjudged as having been acquired badly.
"This is because it is for the most part maintained by those working with government. By and by they fear that their tenders might be perceived as gained corruptly, so they needn't bother with that transparency. We have various shades of BOSASA," said Manyi.