The DA has affirmed its intention to request that the State Capture Commission subpoena the ANC’s full cadre deployment records since Ramaphosa became its chairperson in 2013.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) took to Twitter on Thursday, 29 April 2021, to circulate a statement on Cyril Ramaphosa’s time at the State Capture Commission. Ramaphosa began his two-day testimony on Wednesday, 28 April 2021, and concluded on Thursday, 29 April 2021.
On the first day, Ramaphosa detailed how the African National Congress (ANC) decides on which members of the party should assume office for vacancies in various state-owned enterprises. Ramaphosa is said to have been the president of the cadre deployment committee since 2013. However, when asked about the deployment of some of the most contentious people, such as Dudu Myeni and Lucky Montana, Ramaphosa is said to have been evasive and vague.
The statement read, “The DA will today (Thursday, 29 April 2021), for a third time, write to the Commission requesting it to subpoena the full set of ANC cadre deployment records. These will provide solid and direct evidence of how the ANC, under the leadership of Ramaphosa, systematically and deliberately circumvented appointment processes in the state to appoint the ANC cadres that captured our state. Ramaphosa must be called to account for these decisions at his next appearance in front of the Commission.”
See the post below.
Ramaphosa is clearly trying to evade responsibility for his role in using the evil of cadre deployment to appoint the people who robbed SA.
— Democratic Alliance (@Our_DA) April 29, 2021