The DA has released a statement cautioning against the apparent attempts by implicated officials to discredit the findings of the Zondo Commission, ahead of the finalisation of its report.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) released a statement on Tuesday, 5 January 2021, detailing its suspicions of implicated officials looking to discredit the Zondo State Capture Commission. Former president, Jacob Zuma and former South African Airways (SAA) head, Dudu Myeni were used as examples of implicated officials who are allegedly casting doubt on the purpose and findings of the commission.
The DA stated, “Yesterday, Lucky Montana joined these ranks. In what is clearly a coordinated plan following in the dubious footsteps of former President Jacob Zuma and Dudu Myeni, its Montana’s plan to attack the commission, claiming he is being targeted unfairly.”
The statement further cautioned the masses against believing the utterances of the aforementioned, therefore, creating enough room to question the final report set for release in the coming months. The DA also claimed that officials such as Myeni and Montana appear to be following in Zuma’s footsteps.
See the post below.
🚨| With months left before the Zondo Commission has to finalise its report on state capture, those implicated are doing everything to cast doubt on its integrity.
Yesterday, Lucky Montana joined these ranks. From Zuma to Myeni, they must all face the law!https://t.co/varKB9FxRW
— Democratic Alliance (@Our_DA) January 5, 2021