Indecisiveness on issues of corruption is harming the country - Mondli Gungubele
Deputy Finance Minister Mondli Gungubele says the accuracy of the reports involving politicians and the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) needs to be followed up on.
Speaking to Bongani Bingwa on the Breakfast Show, Gungubele says they need to deal with the facts before them.
It is reported that there is an alleged R4.5-million kickback for former ANC treasurer-general Zweli Mkhize and other ANC supporters for helping an oil company get a huge loan from the Public Investment Corporation.
We are as worried as anyone else because one thing that has undermined the reputation of this country is what appears to be indecisiveness on issues of corruption.Mondli Gungubele, Deputy Finance Minister
We must be open to all useful options in dealing with this matter even a public inquiry if it's necessary, will have to be considered.Mondli Gungubele, Deputy Finance Minister
Listen to what the PIC is doing to get the bottom of these allegations...
This article first appeared on 702 : Indecisiveness on issues of corruption is harming the country - Mondli Gungubele
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