ANC integrity commission's recommendations stir up hornet's nest

02 June 2019 - 00:00 By QAANITAH HUNTER
Kebby Maphatsoe did not appreciate some of the questions the ANC's integrity commission asked him.
Kebby Maphatsoe did not appreciate some of the questions the ANC's integrity commission asked him.
Image: Gallo Images / City Press / Lucky Nxumalo

MK Military Veterans Association president and former military veterans deputy minister Kebby Maphatsoe has joined those calling for an overhaul of the ANC's integrity commission.

Maphatsoe, who appeared before the commission last Tuesday, is among a group of ANC politicians who have been told to resign from their positions.

In an interview with the Sunday Times, Maphatsoe said that he was incensed about the questions he was asked by the commission - including how he lost his arm.

"They were asking me about stuff that happened in exile,” he fumed.

President Cyril Ramaphosa briefed the ANC national executive committee about the commission's recommendations, but the debate on the matter was moved to the next meeting.

Read the full story in the Sunday Times.


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