Holomisa urges Ramaphosa to conduct workshop for new ministers
United Democratic Movement (UDM) leader Bantu Holomisa says President Cyril Ramaphosa must conduct training for new ministers.
This follows reports that Justice Minister Ronald Lamola was forging ahead with the idea of allowing the National Prosecuting Authority to source funding from private donors.
Clement Manyathela speaks to Holomisa about the necessity of this training.
I hear a lot of them [ministers] pronouncing on policy issues that have not been submitted to Cabinet.Bantu Holomisa, Leader - UDM
That is why we are paying a lot of money for them to have spokespersons, because for him (Lamola) to just suggest that as if this matter is a government position, it is just an opinion of his.Bantu Holomisa, Leader - UDM
If it was done by a DG [director general], the DG would have said we have done the research and have consulted with National Treasury and this is where we are with this matter and it will go to the Cabinet.Bantu Holomisa, Leader - UDM
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