20 March 2015
The African National Congress
in Gauteng said it is satisfied that Gauteng Premier David Makhuru is making
great strides in dealing with corrupt government officials head-on.
While addressing the provincial legislature
this week Premier Makhuru announced proposals that will be developed regarding
officials who are suspected of corruption.
Since taking the position of
Premier there have been forty-three corruption cases that have been
ANC Provincial Spokesperson
Nkenke Kekana says “the ANC is also happy that the premier has established an
integrity management unit whose objective is to ensure that the anti-corruption
units that are currently working in the province are coordinated and that civil
servants do disclose their interest and those of their families and that they
should not do business with government, Kekana added.
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