Who can be against a Bill that is against white collar crime, corruption, terrorism and other nefarious financial activities?— Bonang Mohale, Deputy Chairperson of BLSA
Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) has called on President Jacob Zuma to sign into law the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Act (“the amendment”), passed by Parliament in May 2016.
It says the legislation is of pivotal importance and the objections to it are without merit.
This bill is about the prevention of money laundering, white collar crime, corruption, terrorism and other nefarious financial activities…— Bonang Mohale, Deputy Chairperson of BLSA
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed BLSA Deputy Chairperson Bonang Mohale.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
Similar provisions for warrantless searches exist in other legislation.— Bonang Mohale, Deputy Chairperson of BLSA
We do not want our country to be known as a soft target for criminals.— Bonang Mohale, Deputy Chairperson of BLSA
How can any President be against that?— Bonang Mohale, Deputy Chairperson of BLSA
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