The South African Federation of Trade Unions says President Cyril Ramaphosa must answer to allegations levelled against him.
The trade union federation is calling for the president to be summoned before the state capture inquiry.
That’s after former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe made damning allegations about Ramaphosa. Saftu also wants the directors of Glencore-Optimum to appear before the commission.
Molefe accused Ramaphosa of a conflict of interest regarding Eskom. He also blamed him for the current series of load-shedding. Saftu says Ramaphosa should answer to those allegations.
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