The president was chosen by the ANC to be president of the country. The people of this country voted for that outcome. Who are we to say to he must leave office?— Mohale Ralebitso, Black Business Council
There’s nothing unusual about the PIC loan to VBS.— Mohale Ralebitso, Black Business Council
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Black Business Council (BBC) CEO Mohale Ralebitso.
Ralebitso spoke about why his organisation is supporting the President to finish his term.
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