Public Protector to probe complaint against Ramaphosa

Public Protector to probe complaint against Ramaphosa

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2022-01-27 01:50:00 PM

Public Protector to probe complaint against Ramaphosa

A Member of Parliament has lodged a complaint with the Public Protector alleging that President Cyril Ramaphosa has breached the Executive Code of Conduct.

The Public Protector has received a complaint from a Member of Parliament alleging that President Cyril Ramaphosa breached the executive code of ethics. Courtesy ofJOHANNESBURG - The Public Protector has received a complaint from a Member of Parliament alleging that President Cyril Ramaphosa breached the executive code of ethics.

Busisiwe Mkhwebane's office said an investigation must be done within 30 days.READ:Scopa to request Ramaphosa's written submission over alleged comments on fund abuseSpokesperson Oupa Segalwe said"the Public Protector South Africa wishes to confirm that a complaint, in which a Member of Parliament has alleged a breach of the Executive Code of Ethics against the President, reached the office late afternoon on Wednesday, 26 January 2022.

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She is allowing those who are against the President to use her as their weapon and drop her when the game gets tough She must continue to investigate Eve if they are against het It's impossible to investigate the sitting President and expect to win. How long has she tried? She must just drop it because she may find herself having to pay from her salary. Constitutional judges once said so. Another thing that may happen is that her credentials reduculed.

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Thursday 27 January 2022 - 11:58am The Public Protector has received a complaint from a Member of Parliament alleging that President Cyril Ramaphosa breached the executive code of ethics. Courtesy of JOHANNESBURG - The Public Protector has received a complaint from a Member of Parliament alleging that President Cyril Ramaphosa breached the executive code of ethics. Busisiwe Mkhwebane's office said an investigation must be done within 30 days. READ: Scopa to request Ramaphosa's written submission over alleged comments on fund abuse Spokesperson Oupa Segalwe said"the Public Protector South Africa wishes to confirm that a complaint, in which a Member of Parliament has alleged a breach of the Executive Code of Ethics against the President, reached the office late afternoon on Wednesday, 26 January 2022. "The complaint was lodged in terms of the Executive Members Ethics Act 82 of 1998 (EMEA). The PPSA has been inundated with queries about the complaint since the sitting of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts earlier in the week," Segalwe said. READ: Party slush funds | Scopa gives Ramaphosa 10-day deadline "The PPSA wishes to remind all concerned that in terms of the EMEA, the Public Protector must investigate any alleged breach of the Code on receipt of a complaint by the President, a member of the National Assembly or a permanent delegate of the National Council of Provinces if the complaint is against a Cabinet member or a Deputy Minister. "The EMEA further provides that such an investigation must be completed within 30 days. The PPSA is the only accountability institution empowered under the EMEA to enforce executive ethics." Suspended ANC MP Mervyn Dirk has been identified as the complainant. Source