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Zungula questions if ministers have signed performance agreements

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The ATM’s Vuyolwethu Zungula took to Twitter to question whether the ministers have signed their individual performance agreements, which are aimed at enhancing accountability at executive level.

The African Transformation Movement’s (ATM) Vuyolwethu Zungula took to Twitter on Monday, 19 October 2020, to question if the ministers have signed their performance agreements yet. A statement on the revised performance agreement was released in July 2020.

The revised performance agreement was proposed to act as a code of conduct amid the introduction of COVID-19 funding, in an attempt to discourage corrupt dealings by ministers during the pandemic. However, since the suggestion thereof, there has been no public record of ministers signing the agreement.

In his tweet, Zungula posed the question without reference to any particular person or party. However, Minister Jackson Mthembu is believed to be the most fitting to answer the question, as he provided an update in the July statement. Mthembu has yet to publicly address the matter since it was highlighted as an effort to encourage more transparent and non-corrupt governance in July.

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Sabelo Makhubo
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