White monopoly capital should be probed - ANCWL

2016-11-02 21:11
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Johannesburg - The ANC Women’s League on Wednesday called for a “full investigation” into state capture that should include white monopoly capital.

The ANCWL had noted the release of the “State of Capture” report and would comment once it had studied it, secretary general Meokgo Matuba said in a statement.

 “We hold a firm view that there is a need for a full investigation on state capture. Any investigation which excludes white monopoly capital is an advancement of white supremacy and serves a racial political agenda that hinders the building of a non-racial society,” Matuba said.

She appealed to the ANC-led government to make resources available to the public protector’s office to start a full investigation immediately.

She said the ANCWL had confidence in the democratically-elected ANC leadership and the ANC-led government under President Jacob Zuma.

 


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