Last updated on July 2, 2019
President Cyril Ramaphosa has responded to a notice issued by the Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane in relation to an investigation into alleged violations of the Executive Ethics Code.
President Ramaphosa submitted his response to the Public Protector, Advocate. Busisiwe Mkhwebane on Thursday, June 27, 2019.
The Presidency said because of pressing matters of State, Public Protector granted the President a request for an extension to submit his response.
“President Ramaphosa’s submission has various confirmatory affidavits and supporting documents which, in his view, will enable Public Protector to conclude this matter as soon as possible,” the presidency said.
The President has reaffirmed his respect for the Office of the Public Protector and his commitment to offering his full cooperation.
President Ramaphosa is being investigated allegedly For Misleading Parliament that His Elections Campaign Received R500 000 “Donation” From Bosasa Chief Executive Officer, Gavin Watson.
Investigations Include Whether A Conflict Of Interest Exists Between President Ramaphosa, His Son, Andile And Bosasa.
The Public Protector, Advocate Mkhwebane issued a notice at the end of May 2019 in terms of Section 7(9) of the Public Protector Act, which stipulates that her office will afford such person an opportunity to respond,
“The Public Protector shall afford such person an opportunity to respond in connection therewith, in any manner that may be expedient under the circumstances,”
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