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Sat Oct 01 10:45:07 SAST 2016

We all have a responsibility to fight corruption: Zuma

Genevieve Quintal | 09 January, 2016 15:06
Jacob Zuma. File photo.
Image by: Sunday Times

Everyone has the responsibility of fighting corruption, ANC president Jacob Zuma said on Saturday.

"We all have a responsibility to fight corruption and expose corruption and expose corrupt people and report them to law enforcement," he said while delivering an executive summary of the ANC's January 8th statement at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg.

Speaking to ANC supporters, Zuma said the party's policies and tradition had to be the touchstone of their daily lives.

"We must unite all people of South Africa, black and white. There is enough room in the ANC for everyone."

He said there was no place for factionalism, patronage, power arrogance, slate politics or any other divisive practices in the ANC.

The party celebrated its 104th anniversary on Friday.

"The ANC appreciates what a momentous achievement it is to... lead our society, to be vibrant and present and still be the movement that represents the interest and aspirations of the vast majority of the people of South Africa," said Zuma.

Source: News24


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