Black Business Council reacts to Pityana's (AngloGold Ashanti) angry open letter

It’s really unfortunate that a person of his distinction made those utterances.

Mohale Ralebitso

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Black Business Council (BBC) CEO Mohale Ralebitso.

Ralebitso responded to AngloGold Ashanti Chairperson Sipho Pityana who hit back at the BBC for its endorsement of the president.

Pityana accuses the organisation of being “oblivious to the pain Zuma is inflicting on the country”.

Scroll down for more quotes from the audio below.

Does South Africa deserve leadership that is transparent, accountable and free from corruption? Absolutely!

Mohale Ralebitso

He has a right to speak out, but not to foster black-on-black violence.

Mohale Ralebitso

Should we say Sipho Pityana should not be the Chairperson of AngloGold Ashanti and expect relief?

Mohale Ralebitso

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