ANC Treasurer General Dr Zweli Mkhize says the party's secretary general Gwede Mantashe is empowered to initiate processes to have ANC NEC member Derek Hanekom replaced.
The secretary general, officials and the national working committee can initiate processes that will ultimately be tabled for the NEC to take a decision.— Zweli Mkhize, ANC's Treasurer General
Hanekom was apparently given 10 days to show cause as to why he should not be removed as chairperson of the ANC's disciplinary committee.
The matter will ultimately end up serving at the NEC, that is the one that will making up decision on the matter.— Zweli Mkhize, ANC's Treasurer General
There are many thorny, controversial issues that we are trying to manage at the ANC.— Zweli Mkhize, ANC's National Treasurer
The ANC has to be the one that is protected, not individuals.— Zweli Mkhize, ANC's National Treasurer
Mkhize says that a proposal has been made for ANC members to step down, until they are cleared in matters which implicate them and bring the party into disrepute.
Last week, the ANC removed Makhosi Khoza from her position as chair of the portfolio committee on public service and administration.
Mkhize: The ANC must be able to act quicker when the conduct of leaders and members is bring the party into disrepute.— 702 (@Radio702) August 20, 2017
Mkhize says the ANC must be able to take stronger resolutions that will 'tighten up on the issues of governance'. #TalkAtNine— 702 (@Radio702) August 20, 2017
At the same time, Mkhize says accountability mechanisms need to be strengthened at state-owned enterprises (SOEs) such as Eskom and SAA.
Our expectations ate that state-owned enterprises must be able to operate without needing government guarantee.— Zweli Mkhize, ANC's National Treasurer
Mkhize spoke on the state of governance in SA's SOEs and within the ANC, as well as challenges facing the economy.
Take a listen (jump to 20:00 for questions on Hanekom):
This article first appeared on CapeTalk : ANC SG can question Hanekom's fitness as disciplinary chair, explains Mkhize