President Cyril Ramaphosa has asked Congress to give him until August to present everything a report on the Citizens’ Investigation Committee including an action plan that the government will take in implementing the committee’s recommendations.
This was stated at a meeting of the agenda committee of the national meeting on Thursday morning.
According to the committee, Ramaphosa had requested this extension following a court ruling that granted the Zondo committee another extension of submitting the full report to the government before the end of April.
The Speaker of the National Assembly, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, said that the committee would refer the matter to the establishment of a special committee of the Althingi from time to time for the main body to decide.
“At the end of August, we will have a full action plan for the implementation of the Zondo report’s recommendations. I will request in the appropriate forum that will be the forum of the chiefs’ faces and even the rules committee if we need to discuss this issue that we propose and not here in the agenda committee, esteemed members. “
Part 3 of the report
President Ramaphosa earlier this month received Part 3 of the Citizenship Report. The four-part report turned to Bosasa, now African Global Operations.
It was claimed that the company was being used as a front-end to receive refunds in exchange for lucrative government contracts.
In the video below, political scientist Professor Dirk Kotze says that many of those implicated in the report are very close to President Cyril Ramaphosa:
Ramaphosa requests extension of citizenship report to parliament – SABC News
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