Benzi Ka-Soko | Free the ANC’s integrity commission to work without fear or favour

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The point of departure is that our country’s political discourse is fraught with traits that typify unethical conduct. Picture: iStock
The point of departure is that our country’s political discourse is fraught with traits that typify unethical conduct. Picture: iStock

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As the broad church that it is, the ANC attracts all types of people to its ranks and it is therefore critically important that these different individuals should abide by the ethics code set by the organisation.

It’s an open secret that members of the governing party have been treating the integrity commission with disdain, to the point where its decisions have been regarded as inconsequential and, therefore, unimplementable.

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