DA gives Bathabile Dlamini 48 hours to report alleged corruption


- citizen.co.za | 3 months ago

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has given recently resigned African National Congress (ANC) member of parliament (MP) Bathabile Dlamini 48 hours “to do the right thing” and report to the police the alleged corruption she claimed to be aware of in her resignation letter.

In her resignation letter, Dlamini claimed that she was aware of wives of ANC members who were involved in seemingly dubious relationships with Cash Paymaster Services (CPS). In the letter, she states that “[those] that made profit through CPS by their wives are known but because they are respected by the organisation, nothing is being said to them”.

The DA said Section 34 of the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act stated that anyone who suspected or knew of another person who had committed corruption should report the offence to the police, with failure to do so as an offence.

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