Bantu Holomisa has reserved his judgement on President Cyril Ramaphosa’s corruption allegations, until after his anticipated State Capture Commission appearance in the coming month.
Leader of the United Democratic Movement (UDM), Bantu Holomisa took to Twitter on Monday, 22 February 2021, to share his feelings on the suggestion that former president, Jacob Zuma might be subjected to two years in prison. This comes amid Zuma’s insistence that he will not appear in front of the State Capture Commission.
Moreover, it has been reported that it was Deputy Chief Justice (DCJ), Raymond Zondo who put in the request for a two-year sentence. Due to the aforementioned and Holomisa’s suggested support of the notion, Holomisa was questioned on why he had not put in as much energy to criticise President Cyril Ramaphosa.
This is in light of Ramaphosa being implicated for his working relationship with Optimum coal mine. However, Holomisa stated that he would not engage on the allegations against Ramaphosa until his appearance before the commission, which Holomisa suggested is scheduled to take place in March 2021.
See the post below.
Correction my brother Judge Zondo has already informed the Nation that President Ramaphosa will appear in the Commission on or about March and CR has confirmed the same. Let’s judge them after that.
— Bantu Holomisa (@BantuHolomisa) February 22, 2021