SCOPA sends letter to Ramaphosa over leaked audio

The Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) has sent questions to President Cyril Ramaphosa over the leaked audio clip

2022-01-28 05:45:00 AM

SCOPA sends letter to Ramaphosa over leaked audio The Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) has sent questions to President Cyril Ramaphosa over the leaked audio clip

The Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) has sent questions to President Cyril Ramaphosa over the leaked audio clip

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Leaked audio: SCOPA gives Ramaphosa up to 10 days to respondLeaked audio: SCOPA gives Ramaphosa up to 10 days to respond The Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) wants President Cyril Ramaphosa to explain his shocking utterances on leaked audio

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Election funds | Scopa settles on requesting written responses from Ramaphosa | CitypressANC MPs in the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) on Tuesday pushed back against the proposal to summon President Cyril Ramaphosa to appear before the committee and explain his controversial remarks involving alleged theft of public money. It seems like SCOPA has tangled in ANC internal factions

Scopa has mandate to probe Ramaphosa's remarks | CitypressRamaphosa could be requested to provide information, including records, about any relevant issue, including the alleged misuse of public funds for the purposes of election campaigns. So does the PublicProtector and in fact we will prefer the PP investigations that the sham that would be led by the useless,conflicted ANCParliament retards and pensioners,drunk on CR17 bribes and power...Ramaphosa CR17BankStatements

Scopa will not summon Ramaphosa - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) has decided not to summon President Cyril Ramaphosa to appear before it to provide information on the alleged misuse of public funds for political party activities. MervynDirks Ramaphosa If that's the case then it's clear the state capture phenomenon is as its peak. What happened to the Trias Politica? The legislature is no longer autonomous its controlled by the Executive just like he is controling the Judiciary. under the dictatorship of you know who 🇿🇦 Your headline suggest this is a WIN for Ramaphosa. Report properly that he'll be given between 7-10 days to supply a written statement abt what said on that clip, failing which he'll be summoned to appear b4 Scopa. Eventually he'll appear b4 Scopa to explain himself. Live with it

Leaked audio: SCOPA gives Ramaphosa up to 10 days to respondLeaked audio: SCOPA gives Ramaphosa up to 10 days to respond The Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) wants President Cyril Ramaphosa to explain his shocking utterances on leaked audio

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