Zondo criticises ANC over cadre minutes

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Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo. Photo: Archive
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo. Photo: Archive

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It is in the public’s interest that they should know how the ANC’s cadre deployment committee influences decisions and appointments by state entities or government functionaries.

So said Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo in a letter to the ANC on Friday, after the party complained that the commission had made minutes of its deployment committee public without prior warning.

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