Zondo Commission not convinced of Ramaphosa, ANC’s vows to fight corruption

South Africa

Johannesburg – The state capture commission of inquiry has called the African National Congress (ANC)’s bluff on its claims that it’s been committed to fighting corruption.

It said that the party’s internal systems had not been effective in holding members to account.

Volume two of part five of the commission’s report delved into the party’s president Cyril Ramaphosa’s testimony before it, as well as the organisation’s role in state capture.

It’s found that the ANC actively engaged in corrupt activities for its own gain.

Chief Justice Raymond Zondo’s report into state capture has dissected the ANC, delving into the inner workings of the governing party.

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