DA has welcomed the appointment of the commission of inquiry into the PIC
President Cyril Ramaphosa has set up a commission of inquiry into the Public Investment Corporation (PIC).
It will be headed by Justice Lex Mpati‚ the former president of the Supreme Court of Appeal‚ assisted by Gill Marcus and Emmanuel Lediga.
DA spokesperson on finance David Maynier has been one of the people calling for an inquiry into the PIC.
Speaking to Bongani Bingwa, Maynier says the DA has welcomed the appointment of the commission into allegations of impropriety at the PIC.
We are also delighted that the terms of reference traverse the whole question of whether in fact there were questionable investments and the whole question of impropriety related to investments.David Maynier, DA spokesperson on finance
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