The ‘state capturers’ to be back in parliament?

Die Vryburger

The 'state capturers' to be back in parliament? Photo: Die Vryburger
The 'state capturers' to be back in parliament? Photo: Die Vryburger

Several members of the ANC who are affiliated to the State Capture are back in parliament, after establishing that they are on the list of parliament members drafted by the ruling ANC regime.

Malusi Gigaba and a number of others who were allegedly directly involved in state capture are on the regime’s list of parliamentarians.

The ANC Veterans League expressed its disappointment at the inclusion of such candidates who would serve as national and provincial representatives amid their involvement in a serious crime such as state capture.

The ANC’s list of names contains names such as Mula’s Mokonyane, Bathabile Dlamini, Malusi Gigaba and Mosebenzi Zwane who can serve as MPs while they are allegedly part of the corruption scandal.

Opinion polls say the inclusion of state capturers in the country’s government will be a sign of Zuma’s hold and Ramaphosa’s inability to keep dishonest people away from government.

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